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In Vivo Coding

In: The SAGE Encyclopedia of Qualitative Research Methods

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Edited by: Published: 2008
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In vivo coding is the practice of assigning a label to a section of data, such as an interview transcript, using a word or short phrase taken from that section of the data. This entry describes this practice and some applications ...

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