Bibliography of qualitative studies done in Zambia by Godfrey Mitti

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Published by Study Fund, Social Recovery Project in [Lusaka] .

Written in English

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  • Social sciences -- Research -- Zambia -- Bibliography.,
  • Qualitative research -- Zambia -- Bibliography.

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Includes index.

Book details

StatementGodfrey Mitti and Lewis Bangwe.
SeriesSerial ;, no. 25
ContributionsBangwe, Lewis.
LC ClassificationsZ7165.Z3 M58 1995, HD60.5.Z3 M58 1995
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 72 leaves ;
Number of Pages72
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL341420M
LC Control Number97981078

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Zambia - Bibliography Africa Institute. Africa A-Z: Continental and Country Profiles. edited by O. Sichone and B. Chikulo. Harare: SAPES Books, Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA). Institute of African Studies Working Papers.

University of Zambia: Institute of African Studies, Much research remains to be done on the generalizability of our findings to other settings in Sub-Saharan Africa, and to other Zambian populations such as those living in rural areas. Such studies would help to generate a more complete understanding of human rights within broader Zambian, and African, cultural-religious by: 9.

Through case studies of Kenya and Zambia, Opalo offers a comparative longitudinal study of the evolution of legislative strength and institutionalization as well as a regional survey of legislative development under colonial rule, postcolonial autocratic single-party rule, and multiparty politics throughout by: 1.

Qualitative Research Methods Textbook Bibliography Here is a selected list of books that provide solid information about how to design, conduct and think about qualitative research projects. New editions become available periodically, so if you want the most recent.

Worldwide there have been many studies about understandings of well-being (reviewed in Alkire, ; Camfield, ), i.e. what constitutes and contributes to a life that people have reason to. project and Zambia as a whole, written information was gathered from the MoE and other Ministries, USAID, and other entities (including other donors, UN and NGOs) operating in Zambia.

These documents were sorted for relevancy and redundancy by the MelD field staff and distributed to the writers so that they could become familiar with the topics. This (now somewhat outdated) annotated bibliography brings together qualitative research methodology and cognitive systems theory.

This was written for a unique situation. I had to bring these two topic areas together to leverage the considerable. A Bibliography of Research Methods Texts ending with an explanation of interpreting both qualitative and quantitative data.

The book is designed to help the researcher who has limited time and resources to determine first Throughout the book brief case studies and activities are set apart in boxes.

The case studies. An annotated bibliography is a listing of the resources you will use in your paper and includes: A brief summary of the content of the resource (book chapter, article, etc.) in your own words; An explanation of how you will use the resource within your research project; Categorize the research approach/method used in the resource.

(pp. Center for Basque Studies, University of Nevada, Reno. (book chapter) Oiarzabal, Pedro J. Diaspora Basques and Online Social Networks: An Analysis of Users of Basque Institutional Diaspora Groups on Facebook. Journal of Ethnicity and Migration Studies, 38 (9), Oiarzabal, Pedro J. and Ulf-Dietrich Reips (Guest.

Qualitative research is a type of social science research that collects and works with non-numerical data and that seeks to interpret meaning from these data that help understand social life through the study of targeted populations or places. PDF | This article examines the function of documents as a data source in qualitative research and discusses document analysis procedure in the context | Find, read and cite all the research.

Qualitative research makes an important contribution to research in the medical sciences. It has a particular role in providing understanding with respect to decisions and behaviours of patients and professionals, in exploring factors affecting the implementation of new interventions, and in developing theory in fields such as illness behaviour, clinical decision making, illness prevention.

Journal Citation Reports for the year as follows: JRSTSE and IJSE Special issues of. the journals and books reviews were A qualitative study Preschool teacher's. For this study questionnaires are used to collect primary data from the employees of three industries, Cement industry, Electronics industry, sugar industry.

VII. Secondary Data: Secondary data is collected from various Journals, books, websites, Government reports, News papers, and other research reports. VIII. Sample Size. Data analysis by qualitative content analysis 4.

Generation of themes or patterns that captur e what has been said Even quantitative data collection and analysis techniques can be incorpo-rated into a study using the qualitative description method.

Understanding how qualitative content analysis is done is. Appendix An Annotated Bibliography of Qualitative Research Methods Resources Saldaña, J., & Omasta, M.

Qualitative research: Analyzing life. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. An introductory textbook that utilizes data analysis as a frame and through-line for conducting social. These are the sources and citations used to research Qualitative Research and Analysis. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Wednesday, Ma We report our experience of teamwork implementing a multicountry study (Zambia, South Africa, and Kenya), employing qualitative research to gain insight into met needs of contraception.

Data presented in this report are part of a large national qualitative study aimed at exploring vulnerability of adolescent girls and young women to HIV in Zambia. Results from the primary study have been previously published. 1 – 3, 4, 5, 17 Focus group discussions were held with adolescent and young adult couples in one urban and two.

The study adopted a qualitative focus group study involving thirty-four nurses who practiced in the intensive care unit. The participants were groups into eight focus groups after which the obtained data was analyzed using thematic analyses. (“Qualitative Annotated Bibliography Research Paper”, n.d.) In this book, Goldwin.

A qualitative study was conducted looking at the status of the Six WHO building blocks for health systems strengthening in three BHOMA districts. We conducted Focus group discussions with community members and In-depth Interviews with key informants.

Data was analyzed using Nvivo version 9. A qualitative research approach been adopted by conducting an in-depth case study in one of Halal third-party logistics (3PLs) company located in central Malaysia, offering most of the logistics.

the social sciences. Guidelines on judging the quality of qualitative studies in sys-tematic reviews are now available (NHS CRD ; Thomas et al. A specialized technique in systematic reviews is the use of a meta-analysis where the results from studies identified in a. A qualitative study was undertaken to understand CHW and community perceptions regarding the MTAT campaign.

A total of eight focus groups and 33 in-depth and key informant interviews were conducted with CHWs, community members and health centre staff that participated in the MTAT.

Combining qualitative and quantitative sampling, data collection, and analysis techniques in mixed-method studies. Research in Nursing & Health, 23(3), Sandelowski, M.

This book explains different types of qualitative studies and provides thorough instruction on how to design, conduct and evaluate a qualitative study.

It also includes helpful information on managing time, personnel and financial resources for qualitative research. Miles, M. B., & Huberman, A. Qualitative data analysis. There are about as many definitions of qualitative research as there are books on the subject. Some authors highlight the research purpose and focus: Qualitative researchers are interested in understanding the meaning people have constructed, that is, how people make sense of their world and the experiences they have in the world.

(Merriam. A free-standing hard copy of the developed bibliography accompanies this report. The EndNote database will be available for downloading from the National Institute of Justice for those users who have access to Endnote.

Trafficking Bibliography - Final Citations by Type of Publication - N = Reports, n=, 58% Books, n=94, 13% Journal Articless.

The present study is an exploratory, descriptive and contextual qualitative study in reproductive health.

The researcher employed a phenomenological research design and methodology to achieve the objectives of this study. Qualitative research Qualitative research refers to inductive, holistic, emic, subjective and process- oriented.

To our knowledge, only three qualitative studies have attempted to identify factors that influence adherence to ART in adult patients with HIV/AIDS in the Ethiopian setting. Financial constraints, distance to ART clinics, patient load, patients’ beliefs, and alcohol and drug use were identified as barriers to retention in the Ethiopian.

Learn how to easily write a bibliography by following the format outlined in this article. This resource will help your students properly cite different resources in the bibliography of a research paper, and how to format those citations, for books, encyclopedias, films, websites, and people. What is qualitative research.

If we look for a precise definition of qualitative research, and specifically for one that addresses its distinctive feature of being “qualitative,” the literature is meager. In this article we systematically search, identify and analyze a sample of 89 sources using or attempting to define the term “qualitative.”.

List of Qualitative Research Paper Topics in Various Fields. Here, we are providing a list of qualitative research topics in various fields for middle, senior high school & college students. Women and Gender Qualitative Research Paper Topics for High School Students: Relationship between violence and rape.

Gender v/s sexual orientation. Qualitative Observation is defined as the subjective methodology to gather information that is intensive and subjective. This article also delves into the major characteristics of qualitative observation, types of qualitative observation, examples of qualitative observation and the difference between qualitative observation and quantitative observation.

Genre/Form: Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Annotated bibliography of research on Zambian women. Lusaka, Zambia: Zambia. can any book present all relevant information. Research skill and understanding are achieved only through the combination of coursework and experience.

Graduate students may find it profitable to carry on a small-scale study as a way of learning about research. This edition expands and clarifies a number of ideas presented in previous editions.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. As of yet, few research studies have examined the broader utility of social media for the adoption of health promoting and protective behaviours. One of the chief conclusions of this report is that there is a paucity of peer-reviewed studies testing the utility of social media interventions for desired outcomes.

Qualitative Research Methods Bibliography of Publications PART THREE. ===== Research Guide Directory: Book Title Qualitative research in practice: examples for discussion and analysis. San Francisco. Jossey-Bass. International journal of qualitative studies in.

Qualitative research and case study applications in education. Author: Sharan B Merriam. Publisher: San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, Series: Jossey-Bass education series.; Jossey-Bass higher and adult education series. Edition/Format: Book: English: 2nd ed.

Qualitative research for education: an introduction to theory and methods.the development of students as qualitative researchers, we believe that the Checklist is a valuable tool to confirm the essential elements of a qualitative study for emergent schol-ars and beyond.

To evidence the developmental, interactive process of the Checklist as an.Innovation in qualitative research methodology Annotated bibliography Introduction This annotated bibliography forms part of a programme of research on methodological innovation that the Southampton Hub of the ESRC National Centre for Research Methods is undertaking during its 2 .

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