“f4analysis … is also suitable for reconstructive procedures due to its simplicity and flexibility. Especially the provision of different “writing spaces”… makes the program suitable for methodological approaches that go beyond pure coding.”
Implemented quite concretely in f4analysis, with teaching unitsn
Irene Somm and Marco Hajart show how elements of narrative analysis and the documentary method can be combined with a sequential coding procedure in the style of Grounded Theory in f4analyse.
In a two-stage interpretation process, a rough sequential analysis, in which the (overall) story arc of a case is reconstructed, alternates with a fine analysis, which includes open sequential and axial coding, and their mutual reference to each other promotes the cognitive process.
In addition, concrete suggestions for teaching units in the context of qualitative teaching research projects can be found.
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On March 05 and 06, 2020, Irene Somm and Marco Hajart will demonstrate an analysis method that combines elements from Narrative Analysis and the Documentary Method with the sequential coding method in the style of Grounded Theory.