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Ambivalence and obesity stigma in decisions about weight management: A qualitative study  [PDF]
Ian Brown, Alex McClimens
Health (Health) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/health.2012.412A224
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Background: Many adults do not take up weight management interventions even after apparently deciding to do so. Further research about decision making prior to the intervention would be useful. This paper presents a qualitative study exploring the process of decision making and the influences of obesity stigma. Methods: A pragmatic qualitative methodology, conducting indepth interviews with 52 participants all with BMI > 30 kg/m2 and experience of efforts at weight management. Equal numbers of men and women with mean age 56.9 years completed interviews. Inductive analyses proceeded through systematic steps over a series of iterations. Findings: Decision making is difficult in the context of on-going mixed feelings over a long time. Thoughts and feelings become ingrained with habits and it is hard to separate out what is needed to think through a good decision. Thinking about weight brings a large volume of thoughts and feelings and apparent options or action choices. The volume of thoughts makes decisions difficult but, in the context of obesity stigma, many of the thoughts are negative. A variable sensitivity to these stigma-related thoughts adds further ambivalence and inhibition for taking deciions. The need for further thinking does not stand out in the context of the emotional resolving of thoughts about personal responsibility arising from obesity stigma. Conclusions: Obesity stigma contributes to a deeper ambivalence in the decision process and hence difficulty in decision making about weight management. Decision aid interventions and training of health care staff in communication skills for shared decision making are needed.
RESE A: INTRODUCCIóN A LA INVESTIGACIóN CUALITATIVA. UWE FLICK.
OLGA LUCIA CASTIBLANCO ABRIL,DIEGO FABIAN VIZCAINO AREVALO
Gondola : Ense?anza y Aprendizaje de las Ciencias , 2010,
Abstract: This review content, basic data of the author, revised editions of the book, and interpretation through graphical representations with the main message that the author wants to convey in the work. In general is a book for both novice researchers, and for experienced researchers, because it gives a detailed description of qualitative research and also offers features to deepen the subject.
Field Diary: construction and utilization in scientific researches. Bibliographic analysis
Adriana Roese,Tatiana Engel Gerhardt,Aline Corrêa de Souza,Marta Julia Marques Lopes
Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing , 2006,
Abstract: This article emerged from the author’s necessity of finding bibliography reference which were related to the construction and utilization of field diary as a complementary instrument in scientific researches. It had the objective of doing a bibliographic review referring to its utilization and describing experiences of the use of those methodological instruments. For that, it was developed a conceptual reference, an item dealing with the construction of a field diary and other a report on the experiences which the authors had with its use. We believe this study may help other researchers who search to develop researches with this data collector instrument.
Qualitative Research in Education. Interaction and Practice
Maria Papapolydorou
Educate~ , 2008,
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A Companion to Qualitative Research by Ewe Flick, Ernst von Kardoff and Ines Steinke. 2004
Bhanu Timseena
Nepalese Journal of Qualitative Research Methods , 2007, DOI: 10.3126/njqrm.v1i0.1977
Abstract: doi: 10.3126/njqrm.v1i0.1977 Nepalese Journal of Qualitative Research Methods Vol.1 2007 pp.68-71
Qualitative Research by Denzin, N.K. and Lincoln, Y. 2005
Laya Prasad Uprety
Nepalese Journal of Qualitative Research Methods , 2007, DOI: 10.3126/njqrm.v1i0.1976
Abstract: doi: 10.3126/njqrm.v1i0.1976 Nepalese Journal of Qualitative Research Methods Vol.1 2007 pp.64-67
A eticidade na pesquisa qualitativa em saúde: o dito e o n?o dito nas produ??es científicas
Ramos,Flávia Regina Souza; Finkler,Mirelle; Gon?alves,Evelise Ribeiro; Caetano,Jo?o Carlos;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232010000700079
Abstract: this study investigated the ethics of qualitative research by using bibliographic research. data were collected in scientific articles from a brazilian journal of collective health and the access to the sources was electronic. it were analyzed 117 articles of qualitative research which corresponded to 23.49% of the total production of the journal from 01/1998 to 03/2007. the information collected was organized considering the identification, themes/object, theoretical referential, methodology and ethical aspects involved. the analysis proposed a discussion based on what the researchers express about ethics on their qualitative studies when it comes to two different kinds of relation: between the researchers and their research-subject and with their co-workers. the conclusions brought up many issues to be discussed on the daily routine of the research activity and that demands exposition and openness to criticism. there is also an urge to think what the "said" and the "unsaid" can reveal underneath the obedience to the rules, launching to the process of maturing and to the theoretical consistence of the researchers, especially in the ethical dimension of the researching activity. a huge part of those challenges are of direct responsibility of the institutions which are in charge of the researcher's formation.
Papel social e paradigmas da pesquisa qualitativa de enfermagem
Lacerda, Maria Ribeiro;Labronici, Liliana Maria;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672011000200022
Abstract: bibliographic research developed among the 24 fascicles from the "revista brasileira de enfermagem" presented in the scielo database, from 2005 to 2008. the objective was to identify emergent themes on qualitative researches published on a nursing periodic; correlate theses themes with the knowledge production in nursing and reflect about the social role of these qualitative researches analyzed. after analysis, 173 qualitative studies were identified, and three categories arose: nursing training, areas of practice, nursing care basis/ principles/ conceptions, and professional issues. in the relationship among the categories, the patterns of knowledge and the social role highlight the social-political knowledge, reflecting the profession maturation regarding intrinsic social issues, part of it social body; and extrinsic, the demands from society.
Pesquisa qualitativa: busca de equilíbrio entre forma e conteúdo
Demo, Pedro;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 1998, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11691998000200013
Abstract: the present study describes the change of expectation regarding qualitative research through post modernity evolution. the author focus on quality under several aspects, pointing out the practices and abuses in qualitative research.
Qualitative Research Process
Dewan Mahboob HOSSAIN
Postmodern Openings , 2011,
Abstract: This article provides with an overview of the qualitative research methods. Over last few decades, qualitative research is getting very popular in the fields of business, sociology, psychology and others. This article, in its introduction, gives a general idea about the qualitative research. Then it discusses the main differences between qualitative and quantitative research methods. The article also discusses about the ethical issues important for qualitative research. Lastly it discusses about the several approaches and data collection methods of qualitative research.
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