Week 3 SW 242 Enhanced - Week 3 Class Notes ScWk 242 I....

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Week 3 Class Notes ScWk 242 I. Qualitative Analysis Continued a. Data Analysis Spiral (Creswell) A final analysis of the data is achieved by repeatedly reading and re-reading the data and repeatedly developing themes and refining themes. b. Example of qualitative data analysis: Hines, Lee & Osterling (2007). Mental Health Service Utilization for Transition Age Youth in the Child Welfare System: Tracking the Early Implementation of the Mental Health Services Act in Santa Clara County II. Content analysis : Coding qualitative data and then counting the frequency of occurrences of the codes .
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Class Exercise: Take 10 minutes to write answers to the following questions: 1. What does the transcultural perspective in social work mean to you? 2. How do you incorporate the transcultural perspective in your social work practice? In your group (no more than 4 people per group), exchange written answers and begin the qualitative analysis process by coding responses and identifying themes. After each person has read each written response and developed preliminary
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2012 for the course SCWK 242 taught by Professor Fredprochaska during the Spring '12 term at San Jose State University .

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Week 3 SW 242 Enhanced - Week 3 Class Notes ScWk 242 I....

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