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The Resource A new era in focus group research : challenges, innovation and practice, Rosaline S. Barbour, David L. Morgan, editors, (electronic resource)

A new era in focus group research : challenges, innovation and practice, Rosaline S. Barbour, David L. Morgan, editors, (electronic resource)

Label
A new era in focus group research : challenges, innovation and practice
Title
A new era in focus group research
Title remainder
challenges, innovation and practice
Statement of responsibility
Rosaline S. Barbour, David L. Morgan, editors
Subject
Language
eng
Dewey number
001.4/33
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
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Label
A new era in focus group research : challenges, innovation and practice, Rosaline S. Barbour, David L. Morgan, editors, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • A New Era in Focus Group Research; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; 1 Setting the Scene for a New Era of Focus Group Research; Introduction; Outline of the Book; Section I -- Using Focus Groups in New Settings; Section II -- Capitalizing on Focus Groups in Mixed Methods Contexts; Section III -- Innovations in Focus Group Facilitation; Section IV -- Theoretical Developments; References; Section I Using Focus Groups in New Settings; 2 Outsiders on the Inside: Focus Group Research with Elite Youth Footballers; Introduction; Negotiating Access to Clubs and Players; Eliciting Data
  • Context, Settings and 'Getting Onside'Sharing, Comparing and the Co-Construction of Meaning; Implications for Participants; Disciplinary Advantages Conferred by Focus Groups; Conclusion; References; 3 Reflections on Outsourcing and Applying for Funding; Introduction; KCE in the Field of Health Care Research; Description of the Data; Comparison of the Strengths and Weaknesses of Academic Teams versus Non-Academic Teams: The Selection Process for Conducting Research Using Focus Groups; Expertise in the Field and Scientific Reputation; Capacity to Work in Several Languages; Cost
  • Conducting Research Using Focus GroupsScientific Approach -- Skills to Develop the Methodology and the Data Collection Tools; Recruitment Capacity; Analysis and Reporting Skills; The Collaboration Process; Collaboration Within a Consortium; Work in Collaboration with Researchers from the Funding Institution; Respect for Deadlines; How Can the Differences Between Academic and Non-Academic Teams be Explained?; What Are the Issues for Academic Teams?; What Are the Issues for Non-Academic Teams?; Limitations of Our Findings and Analysis; Conclusions and Recommendations; References
  • 4 Cross-Cultural Focus Group DiscussionsIntroduction; Cross-Cultural Focus Group Discussions; Framework for Cross-Cultural Flexibility; Study Design Issues; Cultural Advisory Group; Instrument Design and Translation; Ethical Issues; Time and Budget; Data Collection Issues; Language Assistants; Field Training; Focus Group Facilitation; Data Analysis Issues; Conclusion; References; 5 Exploring Sex, HIV and 'Sensitive' Space(s) Among Sexual and Gender Minority Young Adults in Thailand; Introduction; Context; Proposed Data Collection Methods and Grant Reviewer Critiques; The Study; Data Analysis
  • Findings and ReflectionsCross-Cultural Issues; 'Sensitive' Topics; Focus Groups in Mixed Methods Research; Conclusion; References; Section II Capitalizing on Focus Groups in Mixed Methods Contexts; 6 Use of Focus Groups in Developing Behavioural mHealth Interventions: A Critical Review; Introduction; mHealth; Frameworks for the Development of mHealth Interventions; Use of Focus Groups Throughout the Development Process; Formative Stages of Development; PROPELS Case Study: Formative Research; Pre-testing mHealth Interventions; PROPELS Case Study: Pre-testing
Control code
on1001729967
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781137586148
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1001729967
Label
A new era in focus group research : challenges, innovation and practice, Rosaline S. Barbour, David L. Morgan, editors, (electronic resource)
Publication
Contents
  • A New Era in Focus Group Research; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; 1 Setting the Scene for a New Era of Focus Group Research; Introduction; Outline of the Book; Section I -- Using Focus Groups in New Settings; Section II -- Capitalizing on Focus Groups in Mixed Methods Contexts; Section III -- Innovations in Focus Group Facilitation; Section IV -- Theoretical Developments; References; Section I Using Focus Groups in New Settings; 2 Outsiders on the Inside: Focus Group Research with Elite Youth Footballers; Introduction; Negotiating Access to Clubs and Players; Eliciting Data
  • Context, Settings and 'Getting Onside'Sharing, Comparing and the Co-Construction of Meaning; Implications for Participants; Disciplinary Advantages Conferred by Focus Groups; Conclusion; References; 3 Reflections on Outsourcing and Applying for Funding; Introduction; KCE in the Field of Health Care Research; Description of the Data; Comparison of the Strengths and Weaknesses of Academic Teams versus Non-Academic Teams: The Selection Process for Conducting Research Using Focus Groups; Expertise in the Field and Scientific Reputation; Capacity to Work in Several Languages; Cost
  • Conducting Research Using Focus GroupsScientific Approach -- Skills to Develop the Methodology and the Data Collection Tools; Recruitment Capacity; Analysis and Reporting Skills; The Collaboration Process; Collaboration Within a Consortium; Work in Collaboration with Researchers from the Funding Institution; Respect for Deadlines; How Can the Differences Between Academic and Non-Academic Teams be Explained?; What Are the Issues for Academic Teams?; What Are the Issues for Non-Academic Teams?; Limitations of Our Findings and Analysis; Conclusions and Recommendations; References
  • 4 Cross-Cultural Focus Group DiscussionsIntroduction; Cross-Cultural Focus Group Discussions; Framework for Cross-Cultural Flexibility; Study Design Issues; Cultural Advisory Group; Instrument Design and Translation; Ethical Issues; Time and Budget; Data Collection Issues; Language Assistants; Field Training; Focus Group Facilitation; Data Analysis Issues; Conclusion; References; 5 Exploring Sex, HIV and 'Sensitive' Space(s) Among Sexual and Gender Minority Young Adults in Thailand; Introduction; Context; Proposed Data Collection Methods and Grant Reviewer Critiques; The Study; Data Analysis
  • Findings and ReflectionsCross-Cultural Issues; 'Sensitive' Topics; Focus Groups in Mixed Methods Research; Conclusion; References; Section II Capitalizing on Focus Groups in Mixed Methods Contexts; 6 Use of Focus Groups in Developing Behavioural mHealth Interventions: A Critical Review; Introduction; mHealth; Frameworks for the Development of mHealth Interventions; Use of Focus Groups Throughout the Development Process; Formative Stages of Development; PROPELS Case Study: Formative Research; Pre-testing mHealth Interventions; PROPELS Case Study: Pre-testing
Control code
on1001729967
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781137586148
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1001729967

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