glaserian

gla·se·ri·an

(gla-sē'rē-ăn),
Relating to or described by Johann H. Glaser.

glaserian

adjective Pertaining to anything described by Swiss anatomist Johann Heinrich Glaser (1629–1675); it is not used to working medical parlance.
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Owing to the lack of knowledge regarding the psychosocial processes underlying interprofessional learning experiences, the researchers chose to employ Glaserian grounded theory.
Glaserian and Straussian grounded theory: Similar or completely different?
Given substantial differences between the two strands (Glaserian and Straussian) of GTM (Urguhart, 2013), this study followed the Glaserian approach consistently, mainly to use its 'virtue of simplicity' (Urguhart, 2013, p.
This study is anchored on the grounded theory using the Glaserian approach, and it follows the inductive approach for theory development.
Glaserian grounded theory was the original, from which other variations have developed
Finally, the study applies a rigorous research approach based on Glaserian grounded theory (Glaser, 1992; Glaser and Straus, 1967).
It was in this way that my interpretation and use of grounded theory diverged from the Glaserian stance, however, the methods I employed followed the essential cornerstones of grounded theory's 'explicitly formulated methodology' (Glaser, 1994, p.
Using Glaserian grounded theory the core theme that emerged from their data was 'regaining everydayness'.
The Glaserian method of constant comparative grounded theory analysis was used.
Through the Glaserian grounded theory methodological package, the students' views (based on actual experiences) of community outreach programs were organized inductively into a theoretical whole.
Glaserian grounded theory (Glaser & Strauss, 1967; Glaser, 1978) was used to collect, code, and analyze the data from the main study using constant comparative analysis to develop codes, memos, and theory.