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The thematic analysis of interview data : an approach used to examine the influence of the market on curricular provision in Mongolian higher education institutions

  title={The thematic analysis of interview data : an approach used to examine the influence of the market on curricular provision in Mongolian higher education institutions},
  author={Narantuya Jugder},
This article describes how thematic analysis was used in the analysis of the qualitative interviews in a doctoral study that was designed to examine the changes taking place in the higher education market in Mongolia in terms of undergraduate curricular provision. The paper presents a rationale for using thematic analysis demonstrating analytical rigour in the stages of coding and the identification of emergent themes through the use of NVivo. 

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