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relates more to literature and gathering numbers and answers so the data can be analyzed. Interviews can be used, but the data from the interviews will be pulled apart and separated into different categories. Unlike ethnographic research and just studying one set of individuals, grounded theory research can just focus on one question such as how to handle pain management throughout a whole community or state. Research can then be assessed by pain management and say what type of medication, or modifications are working (Qualitative research, n.d.).Resources:Differences and similarities in grounded theory and ethnography, (2014). Retrieved from Grove, S., Gray, J., Burns, N. (2015). Understanding nursing research, 6th Edition. Retrieved from
Qualitative research: grounded theory: how is it done, (n.d.). Retrieved from What is ethnographic research, (n.d.). Retrieved from