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Exploration of Coding in Qualitative Data Analysis: Grounded Theory Perspective

Mohajan, Devajit and Mohajan, Haradhan (2022): Exploration of Coding in Qualitative Data Analysis: Grounded Theory Perspective. Published in: Research and Advances in Education , Vol. 1, No. 6 (6 December 2022): pp. 50-60.

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This study tries to identify, define, and analyze the coding techniques that the grounded theory researchers follow when they develop the qualitative research. Grounded theory is a qualitative research analysis that systematically collects and analyzes data to develop a new theory on human behavior in social welfare perceptions. It also tries to discuss coding method, coding cycle, theoretical sensitivity, theoretical sampling, theoretical saturation, etc. Usually a code is a word or short phrases that symbolically allocate a summative, salient, and essence capturing for a portion of visual data. In qualitative grounded theory research coding plays an important role that enables the researchers to identify, organize, and build new theory that is grounded in data. The purpose of this study is to provide an overview of codes, coding, and coding methods that form a qualitative grounded theory.

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