Emergence the grounded theory approach was first articulated by glaser strauss in their 1967 book the discovery of grounded theory this book was written at a time when researchers in sociology were questioning the assumptions of positivismin many ways this book can be read and understood as a response to positivistic approaches in sociology. Grounding grounded theory guidelines for qualitative inquiry 1st edition by ian dey author visit amazons ian dey page find all the books read about the author and more see search results for this author are you an author . Professor deys persuasive instructive critical engaging and often humorous investigation places many elements of grounded theory under close scrutiny in searching out the methodological principles on which grounded theory is built he reveals its main features as a qualitative research methodology for social research and the issues fundamental to understanding it. In searching out the methodological principles on which grounded theory is built the author reveals its main features as a qualitative research methodology for social research and the issues he also highlights the disagreements between the originators of grounded theory their reasons and their effects. grounded theory refers to a set of systematic inductive methods for conducting qualitative research aimed toward theory development the term grounded theory denotes dual referents a a method consisting of flexible methodological strategies and b the products of this type of inquiry increasingly researchers use the term to mean the
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