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  • ABD -- All But Dissertation
  • AFAIK -- As Far As I Know
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  • coding -- the process of labeling data
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  • epistemology -- the theory of knowledge as well as its methods and valitdation.
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  • ideal type -- assuming sufficient likeness or comparability of other's mind so that general constructions, such as "the Protestant ethnic" and "rational bourgeois capitalism," could be characterized as socilogical reality [SMELSER97, p. 9].
  • IMHO -- In My Humble Opinion
  • IMNSHO -- In My Not So Humble Opinion
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  • method -- an orderly arrangement of ideas/procedures to study social reality.
  • methodology -- the theory of method.
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  • ontology -- the nature of being.
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  • phenomena -- central ideas in the data represented as concepts. It answers the questions "What is going on here?" [STRAUSSCORBIN98, pp. 101, 130].
  • phenomenology -- a method of phenomena as distinct from ontology to describe individual(s) under study (or direct experience).
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  • Theory -- a tentative explanation of a phenomenon.
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References:

  • [DOOLEY95] Dooley, David. 1995. Social Research Methods. Prentice Hall, pp. 387. [HM48 Doo, ISBN 0-1312-6161-4]
  • [SMELSER97] Smelser, Neil J. 1997. Problematics of Sociology - The George Simmel Lectures, 1995. University of California Press, pp. 111. [HM24 Sme CLMS, ISBN 0-5202-0675-4]
  • [STRAUSSCORBIN98] Strauss, Anselm L., and Corbin, Juliet. 1998. Basics of Qualitative Research: Techniques and Procedures for Developing Grounded Theory. Sage, 2nd ed., pp. 312. [HA29 Str, ISBN 0-8039-5939-7]
    Keywords: Grounded Theory, Qualitative Analysis
    MEMO: A good book for novice researchers: discusses the version that is taught by Strauss (p. 12). See also http://gtm.vlsm.org/gtm-18.en.html.
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