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Analyzing and Conceptualizing the Theoretical Foundations of Nursing.

Author/Creator:
Morse, Janice M., PhD (Nurs), PhD (Anthro), FCAHS, FAAN.
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New York : Springer Publishing Company, 2016.
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1st ed.
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Nursing -- Research.
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Contents:
Cover
Title
Copyright
Contents
Contributors
Preface
References
Acknowledgments
Share Analyzing and Conceptualizing the Theoretical Foundations of Nursing
Section I: Desperately Seeking Theory
Chapter 1: The Fringes of Knowledge
The Science of the Art
Exploring the Fringes: The Clinical Utility of Concept Inquiry
The Essentialness of Examining Our Practice
Why Do We Have to Know?
The Role of Values in Developing Knowledge
The Rise of Nursing Research and the Use of Frameworks and Models
References
Chapter 2: Where We Came From
Chasing Nursing Theory
The Need for Nursing Theory
The Need for Nurse Scientists
The Need for Nursing Concepts
Mid-Range and Situation-Specific Theories
The Need for Nurse Educators
The Performance and Products of Nurse Researchers
Nursing Theory for Directing Nursing Actions for Patient Care
The Gap Remains
Did We Forget?
Where Are We Now?
Where Are We Going?
References
Chapter 3. Seeing What We Know: Knowing What We See
Shakespeare in the Bush
References
Chapter 4: Incorporating Theory Into Practice Research
Scenario
Nursing Perspectives
Dialogue
Discussion
References
Chapter 5: Orientation 101: Definitions and Other Essential Extraneous Notes
Paradigm
References
Chapter 6: The Battlefield of Knowledge: Different Purposes, Different Approaches
Inductive Approaches to Concept Development
Deductive Approaches to Concept Development
Developing Quantitative Models and Theories
Abduction
The Complementary Relationship Between Qualitative and Quantitative Knowledge
Last Thoughts
Additional Reading
References
Section II: All About Concepts
The Conceptualization of Concepts
Chapter 7. Concepts in Context
What Is Context?
What Is a Concept?
Behavioral Concepts.
The Structure of Concepts
The "Anatomy" of Concepts
Recontextualization
The "Physiology" of Concepts
Types of Concepts
Approaches to Understanding Concepts
The Contribution of Concepts
Frameworks and Models
Theory
Last Words
References
Chapter 8. Summary of Major Methods for Exploring Concepts
Philosophical Methods for Concept Analysis
Meta-Analytic Methods
Combined Methods: Methods Using the Literature and Qualitative Data
Methods Using Qualitative Inquiry
Summary
References
Chapter 9. Inductive-Deductive Pitfalls in Concept Development
The Myth of Induction
Exploring Qualitatively Derived Concepts: Inductive Techniques
Summary
References
Chapter 10. The Pink Elephant Paradox (or, Avoiding the Misattribution of Data)
The Importance of Nurse-Patient Communication
The Concept of Vulnerability
Exploring Vulnerability in Home Care Nurse-Patient Interactions
Summary
References
Chapter 11. Concept Evaluation: Determining Appropriate Strategies for Concept Development
Determining Level of Maturity
The Process of Assessing Concepts
The Level of Maturity
References
Section III: Emerging Concepts
Chapter 12: Qualitative Strategies for Concept Development
Targeting Concepts Using Qualitative Inquiry
Building Lay Concepts Epistemologically
Qualitative Methods for Developing Concepts
A Mapping Method to Locate a Concept
Qualitative Strategies for Identifying Concepts
Example of Interpretative Coding: Getting Behind the Data
Analytic Strategies for Identifying Attributes
Qualitative Research Strategies for Expanding Concepts
Summary
References
Chapter 13: Concept Identification Using Qualitative Inquiry
Developing a Concept From Data: The Example of Compathy
Role of Compathy in Knowledge Development
References.
Chapter 14: Building Concepts
Concept-Supporting Data
The Data-Concept Link
Developing Concepts to Using Studies to Support an Emerging Concept
Emerging Concepts
The Case of "Preserving Self"
Summary
References
Chapter 15: Qualitative Structured Techniques
Targeted Strategies for Concept and Attribute Development
Summary
References
Chapter 16: The Prototypical Method
The Prototypical Method
The Case of Hope
Summary
References
Section IV: Partially Developed Concepts
Chapter 17: Concept Clarification: The Use of Pragmatic Utility
Procedures: Doing Pragmatic Utility
References
Chapter 18: Research Using Pragmatic Utility
Example I: Concept Clarification Inside a Concept: The Conceptualizations of Caring and Caring as a Concept
Comparing the Conceptualizations and Theories of Care
Discussion on Caring as a Concept
Example II: Concept Clarification: Accounting for Strategies of Empathetic Comforting
Summary: Back to Pragmatic Utility as a Method
References
Chapter 19: Concept Comparison
The Patterns and Uses of Concept Comparison
Allied Concepts
Concept Comparison as a Method
Patterns of Concept Comparison
The Example: The Conceptual Cohesion of Social Support
Evaluating Concepts for Appropriate Application
The Example: Trust
Recognizing When It Is Good: Criteria for Excellence in Concept Development
Hints for Getting It Right
"What About Reliability and Validity?"
Criterion for Adequacy
Summary
References
Chapter 20: Self-Transcendence and Self-Reformulation: One Concept or Two?
Self-Transcendence
Self-Reformulation
Comparing the Concepts
Method
Results
Discussion
References
Section V: Toward Mid-Range Theory.
Chapter 21: From Concept Development to Qualitatively Derived Theory: Ethical Sensitivity in Professional Practice
Overview
Concept Analysis Using Pragmatic Utility
Explicating Concept Anatomy
Moving From Anatomy of the Concept to Its Physiology
Evaluating Concept Maturity
Advancing the Concept of Ethical Sensitivity Using Critical Appraisal
Toward Clearer Understanding of the Concept
Beyond Concept Analyses to Systematic Classification and Theory Construction
Summary
References
Chapter 22: Linking and Ordering Concepts
The Process of Qualitatively Developing Mid-Range Theories
Linking Concepts
Linking Concepts in the Process of Inquiry
Context Dependency and Linking Concepts
Determining Linkages Between Concepts
Ordering Concepts
Conceptual Development: The Maturity of the Theory
Other Techniques for Developing Concepts to Theory
Diagramming as a Tool
Qualitative Generalizability
The Last Thought
References
Chapter 23: Making Useful Theory: Making Theory Useful
Making Useful Theory
What Is Mid-Range Theory?
The Role of Theory
The Structure of Mid-Range Theories
Types of Qualitatively Derived Theory
The Process of Qualitatively Developing Mid-Range Theories
Processes of Theory Construction
The Structure of Mid-Range Theory
Setting Up Your Study to Develop Qualitatively Derived Theory
Developing Theory Using Conceptual Inquiry
Examples of Qualitatively Derived Mid-Range Theories
The Place of Concept Development: Understanding Its Contribution in Research Programs and Its Contribution to Knowledge and Praxis
Indices of Theoretical Adequacy
Toward Certainty
Rigor
The Place of Concept Development
Summary
References.
Chapter 24: Modes of Releasing in the Praxis Theory of Suffering: The Responses of Women to the Results of Breast Biopsy
Literature
Methods
Results
Discussion
References
Section VI: Mixed-And Multiple-Method Approaches
Chapter 25: Expanding Theory Using Mixed Methods
Mixed-Method Approaches
Example of Qualitatively Driven Mixed-Method Design: Patterns of Attending
References
Further Reading
Chapter 26: Developing Theory Using Mixed Methods: Patterns of Attending in Nursing
The Study of Nurse-Patient Interactions
A Model of Nurse-Patient Interactions
Development of a Coding Scheme to Explore Patterns of NPI
Discussion
Summary
References
Section VII: The Quantitative Mindframe
Chapter 27: Developing Quantitative Theory
The Role of Quantitative Theory
Creating Theoretical Frameworks
Evaluating the Literature
Identifying the Concepts
Operationalization
Planning Your Research Design
Building the Model
The Theoretical Framework
Examples of Models for Multivariate Research
Frameworks
Evaluating Quantitative Theory
Summary
References
Chapter 28: The Social Determinants of Health: An Expanded Conceptual Framework for Nursing
What Are the Social Determinants of Health?
Evolution of Social Determinants of Health
Beginning the Debate
The Social Determinants Identified
Models Used for Social Determinants of Health Framework
Assumptions and Principles of the Committee on the Social Determinants of Health Model
Evidence for Social Determinants of Health Framework
Research and the Social Determinants of Health
Strategies for Research and Policy Development on the SDH
Social Determinants of Health in Nursing: Possibilities
References
Section VIII: Toward Certainty: Building A Mature Theoretical Base.
Chapter 29: Toward Certainty: Qualitative Meta-Synthesis.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Print version: Morse, Janice M., PhD (Nurs), PhD (Anthro), FCAHS, FAAN Analyzing and Conceptualizing the Theoretical Foundations of Nursing
ISBN:
9780826161024
9780826161017
OCLC:
957699908