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Open coding

The first coding of qualitative data that examines the data to condense them into preliminary analytic categories or codes.

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Axian coding

A second stage of coding of qualitative data during which the researcher organized the does, links them, and discovers key analytic categories.

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Selective coding

the last stage in docing qualitative data that examines previous does to edentify and select data that will support the conceptual docing categories that were developed.

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Outcropping

An aspect of qualitative data analysis that recognizes some event or feature as representing deeper structural relations.

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Successive approximation

A method of qualitative data analysis that repeatedly moves back and forth between the emprical data and the abstract concepts, theories, or models, adjusth theory and fefining data collection each time.

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Illustrative method

A method of qualitative data analysis that thake theoretical concepts and treats them as empty boxes to be filled with specific empirical exam;les and descriptions.

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Empty boxes

the conceptual categories in an explanation used as part of the illustrative method.

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Domain analysis

A method of qualitative data analysis that describes and reveals the structure of a cultural domain.

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Cultural domain

A cultural setting or site in which people regularly interact and develop a set of shared understandings or "miniculture" that can be analyzed.

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Folk domain

A cultural are based on the argot and categories used by the people being studied in a field site.

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Mixed domain

A cultural are that combines the argot and categories of members under study with categories developed by a researcher for analysis.

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Analytic domain

A cultural are developed by a researcher using categories or tems that he or she developed to understand a social setting.

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Analytic comparison

Qualitative data anlysis technique that uses the method of agreement and the method of difference to discovercasual facttors that affect an outcome amond a set of cases.

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Method of agreement

A method of qualitative data analysis that compares characteristics that are similar across cases that share a significant outcome.

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Method of difference

A method of qualitative data analysis that compares characteristics among cases in shich some share a significant outcome but others do not; focuses on the differences amont cases.

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Narative analysis

Both a type of historical writing that tells a story and a type of qualitative data analysis that presents a chronologiccally linked chain of events in which individual or collective social actors have an important role.

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Path dependency

An analytic idea used in narrative analysis to explaint a process or chain of events as having a beginning that triggers a strucures sequence tso that the chain of events follows an identifiabletrajectory over time.

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Periodizatization

Dividing the flow of time in social relity into segmens or periods; a field researcher might discover parts or periods in an ongoing process (e.g., typical day, yearly cycle).

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Historical contingency

An analytic idea in narrative analysis that explains a process, event, or situation by referring to the specific conbination of factors that cane together in a particular time and place.

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Negative case method

A qualitative data analysis that focuese on a case that does not conform to theoretical expectations and uses detainsfrom that case to refine theory.

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Qualitative comparative analysis (QCA)

Qualitative data analysis and computer software base on Boolean logic that examines combinations of explanatory factors and various outcome measures to help a researcher identify comples, contingent causal relations.

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Event-structure analysis (ESA)

Qualitative data analysis ofetn conducted with computer software that forces a researcher to specify the links among a sequesnce of many events; it clarifies casual relationships by asking whether one event logically had to follow another or just happened to follow it.