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Textbook Name: Std- 12 Sanskrit Gujarati Medium Textbook

Language: Gujarati 

Class: Standard - 12

Published by: Gujarat State Board of School Textbooks (GSSTB)

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Sitting down to organize a pile of raw data can be a daunting task. It can involve literally hundreds of pages of interview transcripts, field notes and documents. The mechanics of handling large quantities of qualitative data can range from physically sorting and storing slips of paper to using one of the several computer software programs that have been designed to aid in this task (see Brown, 1996, for a description of one of these programs). 

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Analysis begins with identification of the themes emerging from the raw data, a process sometimes referred to as “open coding” (Strauss and Corbin, 1990). During open coding, the researcher must identify and tentatively name the conceptual categories into which the phenomena observed will be grouped. The goal is to create descriptive, multi-dimensional categories which form a preliminary framework for analysis. 

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Words, phrases or events that appear to be similar can be grouped into the same category. These categories may be gradually modified or replaced during the subsequent stages of analysis that follow. As the raw data are broken down into manageable chunks, the researcher must also devise an “audit trail”—that is, a scheme for identifying these data chunks according to their speaker and the context. 

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The particular identifiers developed may or may not be used in the research report, but speakers are typically referred to in a manner that provides a sense of context (see, for example, Brown, 1996; Duffee and Aikenhead, 1992; and Sours, 1997). Qualitative research reports are characterized by the use of “voice” in the text; that is, participant quotes that illustrate the themes being described. The next stage of analysis involves re-examination of the categories identified to determine how they are linked, a complex process sometimes called “axial coding” (Strauss and Corbin, 1990).

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