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  1. 1. PRESENTING QUALITATIVE FINDINGS Using NVivo Output to Tell the Story Philip Adu, Ph.D. Methodology Expert National Center for Academic & Dissertation Excellence (NCADE) The Chicago School of Professional Psychology padu@thechicagoschool.edu @drphilipadu
  2. 2. SURVIVING IN A CLASS WITH THE “MOST DIFFICULT OF PROFESSORS” IT IS AVAILABLE ON Amazon Barnes and Noble Xulon Press This is a tangible and practical guide that can be used by any student to improve the way in which they learn, and handle challenges that are faced when dealing with difficult courses and professors.
  3. 3. QUALITATIVE RESEARCH PROCESS
  4. 4. QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS PROCESS: 8 STEPS 1. Cleaning 2. Uploading 3. Reorganizing 4. Exploring 5. Coding 6. Visualizing 7. Exporting 8. Communicating Sources: 1. http://www.slideshare.net/ko ntorphilip/stepbystep-process- of-conducting-qualitative- analysis-using-nvivo-11 2. https://www.youtube.com/wa tch?v=JPpETphj5F4
  5. 5. CHAPTER FOUR SECTIONS 1. Overview 2. Participants’ characteristics 3. Data analysis process 4. Qualitative results/main findings 5. Summary Presenting the qualitative findings
  6. 6. CHAPTER OVERVIEW Purpose of the study and research question(s) • What did you want to study or find out? What research question(s) are you addressing? Brief information about research method and data collection strategy • What was the research approach used? What data collecting strategy used? Overview • What should your readers expect in this chapter?
  7. 7. PARTICIPANTS’ CHARACTERISTICS Collectiveness Uniqueness Example:  6 dissertation chairs completed the survey  3 Assistant professors (50%)  2 Associate professors (33%)  1 Professor (17%) Example:  Participant ‘A1’ was part of the six faculty members who were interviewed. He is an Assistant professor with seven years of experience. He works at the Chicago campus… Clustering the presentation of participants’ characteristics Individualizing the presentation of participants’ characteristics Mixed Narrating participants’ demographic information
  8. 8. PARTICIPANTS’ CHARACTERISTICS Collectiveness Uniqueness Clustering the presentation of participants’ characteristics Individualizing the presentation of participants’ characteristics Mixed Narrating participants’ demographic information Question to think about: What should I report about participants’ characteristics:  To help my audience to know who I collected information from without compromising participants’ anonymity and confidentiality? (Knowing who they are)  To help my audience to better understand the findings and their supporting evidence? (Understanding the results and evidence)
  9. 9. PARTICIPANTS’ CHARACTERISTICS NVivo output 1. Click on ‘Classifications’ tab 2. Under ‘Case Classifications’, double-click on ‘Survey Respondent’ to open the ‘Classification Sheet’ 3. The sheet can be exported by right-clicking on it
  10. 10. PARTICIPANTS’ CHARACTERISTICS Creating a tables or diagrams to complement the narration NVivo output: Project Map Designed by exporting the ‘Case classifications’ sheet
  11. 11. DATA ANALYSIS PROCESS Give a detailed narration on how the data was analyzed STEP 1: Conduct data cleaning STEP 2: Upload the data into NVivo STEP 3: Reorganize the data STEP 4: Conduct data exploration (using ‘Query’ command) STEP 5: Start coding relevant information in the data STEP 6: Generate themes to address the research questions  For each step, what did you do and what was the outcome? Essence of presenting the data analysis process 1. Increase transparency of the data analysis process 2. Increase credibility of the findings Source: http://www.slideshare.net/kontorphilip/stepbystep-process-of-conducting- qualitative-analysis-using-nvivo-11
  12. 12. DATA ANALYSIS PROCESS Example: Data Analysis of a Pilot Project Purpose of the study The purpose of the study is to examine how the NCADE services influenced dissertating students’ progress of their dissertation work. i. Research Question 1.How has students’ access to NCADE services led to their progress with their dissertation work? (Anchor code: Students’ progress impact) a. Survey questions 8, 9, 18 and 19
  13. 13. DATA ANALYSIS PROCESS NVivo output: Displaying parent and child nodes, and their respective frequencies. Code/Node assigned to the research question Theme (i.e. Parent node) Sub-theme (i.e. child node)
  14. 14. QUALITATIVE RESULTS Telling the story (There is no one way of presenting qualitative findings) Research Question Theme Meaning Evidence Research Question Theme Meaning Evidence Evidence Meaning Theme Meaning Evidence Research Question Theme Evidence Meaning Linear Non-linear Synthesized
  15. 15. QUALITATIVE RESULTS Telling the story (Main Elements) Research Question Theme(s) Meaning Evidence State the question you plan to address State the theme(s) which is/are addressing the research question Describe what the theme is all about (i.e. meaning, & characteristics) Introduce relevant information (e.g. quotes from participants) from the data to support the theme
  16. 16. QUALITATIVE RESULTS Telling the story (Example) Research Question How has students’ access to NCADE services led to their progress with their dissertation work? Theme Implementing DWEs and MEs recommendations Meaning The data reviews that students who access the NCADE writing and methodology services and revise their dissertation documents based on the writing and methodology experts’ feedback are more likely to complete their dissertation work on time… Evidence Participant A2, who is an Assistant professor with 2 years experience of working with dissertating students in the Chicago school indicated that “those who take the feedback and apply it are more likely to finish their project on schedule versus those who decide not to implement recommended changes.” Note: 1. There should be a smooth transition from one element to another. 2. There should be a concluding statement
  17. 17. QUALITATIVE RESULTS Telling the story (Gathering information about the themes in NVivo to write the story ) NVivo output 1. Click on ‘Nodes’ tab, then click on ‘Nodes for open-ended survey questions’ folder 2. Right-click the theme you plan to write about and then click on ‘Node Properties’ to see the description of the theme
  18. 18. QUALITATIVE RESULTS Telling the story (Using illustrations to tell the study) NVivo output: Word Cloud NVivo output: Project Map
  19. 19. QUALITATIVE RESULTS Telling the story (Using illustrations to tell the study) NVivo output: Word Tree
  20. 20. QUALITATIVE RESULTS Telling the story (Creating illustrations outside NVivo to tell the study) Designed using ‘Inspiration App’ http://www.inspiration.com/inspmaps Alternative: Creating diagrams using Cmap: http://cmap.ihmc.us/
  21. 21. QUALITATIVE RESULTS Telling the story (Creating a summary table using Microsoft Word) Having a findings summary table (“Findings “at a glance” – Saldana, 2013, p. 254) Saldana, J. (2013). The coding manual for qualitative researchers. London: Sage
  22. 22. QUALITATIVE RESULTS Telling the story (Displaying the relationship between themes) Research Question Theme Meaning Evidence Evidence Meaning Theme Meaning Evidence Synthesizing findings Designed using ‘Inspiration App’
  23. 23. GUIDE ON PRESENTING TABLES, FIGURES, AND EVIDENCE About Tables and Figures  They should be easy to explain and understand  They should add new information or perspective to the text (i.e. written document)  They should be auxiliary information for a quick reference NOTE: You should make reference to the tables and figures in the text About Evidence  Provide context or background information with the evidence  Make a smooth transition for one evidence to another NOTE: It is preferable to present between one and three evidences to support a theme.
  24. 24. SUMMARY Purpose of the study • Briefly state the purpose of the study (optional) Main findings • Briefly touch on the main findings Conclusion • Write a sentence or two to end the chapter summary
  25. 25. Philip Adu, Ph.D. Methodology Expert National Center for Academic & Dissertation Excellence (NCADE) The Chicago School of Professional Psychology Ncade.me@thechicagoschool.edu You could reach me at padu@thechicagoschool.edu and @drphilipadu on twitter. To cite this document, copy the following: Adu, P. (2016, August 8). Presenting Qualitative Findings: Using NVivo Output to Tell the Story. Retrieved from http://www.slideshare.net/kontorphilip/presenting-qualitative-findings-using-nvivo-output-to-tell-the-story
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