Reflexivity: the experience of undertaking an ethnographic study to explore issues of consent to intrapartum procedures

@inproceedings{Marshall2010ReflexivityTE,
  title={Reflexivity: the experience of undertaking an ethnographic study to explore issues of consent to intrapartum procedures},
  author={Jayne E. Marshall and Diane M. Fraser and Philip N. Baker},
  year={2010}
}
Background. Reflexivity is a popular, yet complex process, which attempts to analyse personal, intersubjective and social processes that influence research projects, particularly those using a qualitative approach. With the rising popularity of qualitative methods being used to examine health care and midwifery practice, as well as the increased public and professional scrutiny of research, reflexivity provides a means of strengthening greater transparency and quality in this type of research… CONTINUE READING