Gilgun JF "Lighten up: The citation dilemma in qualitative research" QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH 15 (5): 721-724 MAY 2005
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Title: Lighten up: The citation dilemma in qualitative research
Author(s): Gilgun JF
Source: QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH 15 (5): 721-724 MAY 2005
Document Type: Editorial Material Language: English
Cited References: 7 Times Cited: 0
The balance between what we learn from research and what others have said
about similar topics can pose dilemmas for qualitative researchers. How many
citations are enough? How much allegiance do we owe to other scholars and
how much to informants' lived experiences, our theoretical analyses, and the
lessons we draw about methods and methodologies from our own experience as
researchers? The various reasons we use or do not use citations in writing
tip results and writing about methods are the topics of this article.
Author Keywords: qualitative research methods; writing qualitative research;
research reports; deductive qualitative analysis
Addresses: Gilgun JF (reprint author), Univ Minnesota Twin Cities, St Paul,
Univ Minnesota Twin Cities, St Paul, MN USA
Publisher: SAGE PUBLICATIONS INC, 2455 TELLER RD, THOUSAND OAKS, CA 91320 USA
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