Grounded Theory in Medical Education Research

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Tavakol, Mohsen; Torabi, Sima; Akbar Zeinaloo, Ali;
(2009)

The grounded theory method provides a systematic way to generate theoretical constructs or concepts that illuminate psychosocial processes common to individual who have a similar expe­rience of the phenomenon under investigation. There has been an increase in the number... View more
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