Sally Thorne, RN, PhD, FCAHS Sally Thorne, RN, PhD, FCAHS Professor and Director UBC School of Nursing Vancouver, BC Sally Thorne, RN, PhD, FCAHS Sally.

  • Published on
    01-Apr-2015

  • View
    215

  • Download
    3

Transcript

  • Slide 1

Sally Thorne, RN, PhD, FCAHS Sally Thorne, RN, PhD, FCAHS Professor and Director UBC School of Nursing Vancouver, BC Sally Thorne, RN, PhD, FCAHS Sally Thorne, RN, PhD, FCAHS Professor and Director UBC School of Nursing Vancouver, BC Centre for Critical Qualitative Health Research Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing University of Toronto Sept 27, 2010 Centre for Critical Qualitative Health Research Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing University of Toronto Sept 27, 2010 Methodological Conventions in Transition: Shifting the Balance between Theorizing and Application Slide 2 Location Discipline Discipline Training Training Conceptual Orientation Conceptual Orientation Slide 3 Nursing Slide 4 Methodological Affinities PhenomenologyPhilosophy/Psychology EthnographyAnthropology Grounded Theory Sociology Slide 5 Confronting Resistance Health science community Health science community Social scientist colleagues Social scientist colleagues Grant reviewers/Journal editors Grant reviewers/Journal editors Paradigm thinking Paradigm thinking Slide 6 Methodolatry slavish attachment and devotion to method a preoccupation with selecting and defending methods to the exclusion of the actual substance of the story being told. Janesick, V. J. (1994). The dance of qualitative research design: Metaphor, methodolatry, and meaning. In N. K. Denzin & Y. S. Lincoln (Eds.), Handbook of qualitative research (pp. 209219). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Slide 7 Rule-Alignment Slide 8 The Entre: Tabula Rasa Nothing is known Slide 9 Researcher Role Abdication The data speak for themselves. Slide 10 The Convenient Exit Saturation was achieved Slide 11 The Primacy of Abstraction The overarching metaphor. Slide 12 Narrative Imperative My study participants speak their truth My study participants speak their truth Slide 13 The Meaning of Meaning My journey.. Slide 14 Truth Claim Grandiosities Lachrymal validity Adulatory credibility Adulatory credibility Slide 15 Theory in Qualitative Health Research Slide 16 Epistemological Differences Social Science Health Science Slide 17 What Theory Privileges and What it Obscures Slide 18 The Fallout of Borrowed Theoretical Tradition Losing the disciplinary grip Losing the disciplinary grip Manipulating language signifiers Manipulating language signifiers Discrediting the field with fuzziness and irrelevance Discrediting the field with fuzziness and irrelevance Slide 19 A Necessary but Not Sufficient Schism? Slide 20 Emancipation of Qualitative Health Research Slide 21 Applied Qualitative Methodology The Next Generation Slide 22 Venturing Beyond Description and Theorizing Slide 23 Using Research to Bring a Clinical Angle of Vision into the Evidence- Based Context Limits of conventional scienceLimits of conventional science Experiential phenomena not amenable to measurementExperiential phenomena not amenable to measurement Patterns in experiencePatterns in experience Commonalities and variationsCommonalities and variations Critical reflection on contextCritical reflection on context Slide 24 Applied Qualitative Research as a Corrective to Big Science Slide 25 Slide 26 Illuminator Slide 27 Variance Interpreter Slide 28 Challenger Slide 29 Humanizer Slide 30