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    DAVID E. GRAY: In undertaking qualitative data analysis,consider compiling a code book.This is a list of the codes you are using,a detailed one to three sentence description of the code,a few typical examples that are represented by the code,and some atypical examples that are extremeor special examples of the code.

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    DAVID E. GRAY [continued]: It also helps if you present close examples that are nearlyincluded in the code, but are not.This helps to define the boundaries of the code.

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Series Name: Doing Research in the Real World

Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd

Publication Year: 2017

Video Type:Tutorial

Methods: Qualitative data analysis, Coding scheme

Keywords: coding schemes; in-vivo coding

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Segment Num.: 1

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David Gray explains the importance of keeping a code book when conducting qualitative data analysis.

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David Gray explains the importance of keeping a code book when conducting qualitative data analysis.

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