A Guide to Conducting Consensual Qualitative Research

@article{Hill1997AGT,
  title={A Guide to Conducting Consensual Qualitative Research},
  author={Clara E. Hill and Barbara Jean Thompson and Elizabeth Nutt Williams},
  journal={The Counseling Psychologist},
  year={1997},
  volume={25},
  pages={517 - 572}
}
The authors discuss the components of consensual qualitative research (CQR) using open-ended questions to gather data, using words to describe phenomena, studying a few cases intensively, recognizing the importance of context, using an inductive analytic process, using a team and making decisions by consensus, using auditors, and verifying results by systematically checking against the raw data. The three steps for conducting CQR are developing and coding domains, constructing core ideas, and… 

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