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Quality and trustworthiness in qualitative research in counseling psychology.
This article examines concepts of the trustworthiness, or credibility, of qualitative research. Following a “researcher-as-instrument,” or self-reflective, statement, the paradigmatic underpinningsExpand
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Qualitative Research in Counseling Psychology
Beginning with calls for methodological diversity in counseling psychology, this article addresses the history and current state of qualitative research in counseling psychology. It identifies theExpand
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Achieving trustworthiness in qualitative research: A pan-paradigmatic perspective
Abstract In this article, as two researchers from different traditions in qualitative research (consensual qualitative research and grounded theory), the authors present their shared views on theExpand
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Mormon Clients’ Experiences of Conversion Therapy
Perspectives were gathered of 50 Mormon individuals who had undergone counseling to change their sexual orientation. The data were analyzed using the constant comparative method and participantExpand
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Toward Best Practices in Quantitative, Qualitative, and Mixed- Method Research: A Social Justice Perspective
Various research methods can be appropriate for social justice aims. Quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-method approaches offer different kinds of strengths in advancing a social justice agenda.Expand
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Recommendations for Designing and Reviewing Qualitative Research in Psychology: Promoting Methodological Integrity
The current paper presents recommendations from the Task Force on Resources for the Publication of Qualitative Research of the Society for Qualitative Inquiry in Psychology, a section of Division 5Expand
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Constructions of survival and coping by women who have survived childhood sexual abuse.
This qualitative study investigated personal constructs of survival and coping by 11 women who have survived childhood sexual abuse. In-depth interviews, a 10-week focus group, documentary evidence,Expand
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The Application of a Sociocognitive Framework to the Career Development of Lesbian Women and Gay Men.
Abstract Researchers and theorists have identified a need for integrative models of career development, particularly as they apply to specific populations. This article focuses on the application ofExpand
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