Journal Article 質的データ分析のビジュアル・デザイン : グラウンデッド・セオリー・アプローチにおける分析プロセス再考
Visual design of qualitative data analysis : Reconsideration of Grounded Theory Approach

立石, 祥子  ,  Shoko, TATEISHI  ,  名古屋大学大学院国際言語文化研究科  ,  Graduate School of Languages and Cultures, Nagoya University

This study aims to show the importance of <visual mapping> in the qualitative data analysis process, perhaps in grounded theory approach. GTA includes a parallax as a methodological premise that people see different information from different positions. Researchers must also find a particular context when attempting to understand a culture as one reality to make use of the informant's parallax. This method intends to answer the question of what reality is by overlaying the informant's experiences from inside the reality in an objective way. There is criticism toward this method despite the use of qualitative data, rigorous methodological rule, and quantitative presentation of final obtained categories and concepts, which extinguish the brightness of the informant's lived experiences. To solve this problem, this paper will embrace visual design thinking to GTA. By embracing <visual mapping>, it is possible to not use the perspective that sees everything from single point of view, but combines visuals like a Yamato-e painting-a partial perspective for individual data and a birds-eye view for whole understanding of one reality.

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