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Techniques to Identify Themes
Theme identification is one of the most fundamental tasks in qualitative research. It also is one of the most mysterious. Explicit descriptions of theme discovery are rarely found in articles and… Expand
Data Management and Analysis Methods
This chapter is about methods for managing and analyzing qualitative data. By qualitative data the authors mean text: newspapers, movies, sitcoms, e-mail traffic, folktales, life histories. They also… Expand
Analyzing Qualitative Data: Systematic Approaches
Preface Acknowledgments PART I. THE BASICS Chapter 1. Introduction to Text: Qualitative Data Analysis Chapter 2. Collecting Data Chapter 3. Finding Themes Chapter 4. Codebooks and Coding Chapter 5.… Expand
Education for a New Era: Design and Implementation of K-12 Education Reform in Qatar. Monograph.
Identification of human trafficking victims in health care settings.
BACKGROUND An estimated 18,000 individuals are trafficked into the United States each year from all over the world, and are forced into hard labor or commercial sex work. Despite their invisibility,… Expand
HIV-Related Stigma among People with HIV and their Families: A Qualitative Analysis
We examined the interconnectedness of stigma experiences in families living with HIV, from the perspective of multiple family members. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with 33 families (33… Expand
Parents’ Disclosure of Their HIV Infection to Their Children in the Context of the Family
We interviewed 33 HIV-infected parents from the HIV Cost and Services Utilization Study (HCSUS), 27 of their minor children, 19 adult children, and 15 caregivers about the process of children… Expand
Experiences of Social Stigma and Implications For Healthcare Among a Diverse Population of HIV Positive Adults
- J. Sayles, G. Ryan, Junell S. Silver, C. Sarkisian, W. Cunningham
- Journal of Urban Health
- 2 September 2007
Stigma profoundly affects the lives of people with HIV/AIDS. Fear of being identified as having HIV or AIDS may discourage a person from getting tested, from accessing medical services and… Expand
Reasons for disclosure of HIV status by people living with HIV/AIDS and in HIV care in Uganda: an exploratory study.
Most studies of HIV disclosure in Africa have focused on disclosure to spouses and sexual partners, and particularly among women. Few have examined disclosure to family, friends, and others.… Expand
Identifying best practices for "Safe Harbor" legislation to protect child sex trafficking victims: Decriminalization alone is not sufficient.
- E. Barnert, Susan Abrams, Veronica F. Azzi, G. Ryan, R. Brook, P. Chung
- Political Science, Medicine
- Child abuse & neglect
- 22 January 2016
Several states have recently enacted "Safe Harbor" laws to redirect child victims of commercial sexual exploitation and child sex trafficking from the criminal justice system and into the child… Expand