Themes

What are the six phases of thematic analysis?
Familiarising yourself with your data, generating initial codes, searching for themes, reviewing themes, defining and naming themes, producing report
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Familiarisation?
- Transcribing the data - Process of immersion in the data - Repeated reading of the data
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Generating initial codes?
- Coding: process of identifying aspects of the data that relate to the question
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Semantic codes
- Provide a succinct summary of the explicit content of the data
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Latent Codes
- Go beyond the explicit content of the data & provide an interpretation about the data content
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Searching for themes?
Reviewing codes and collated data relating to each code to identify similarity and overlap between codes
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What are cluster codes?
Sharing some unifying feature so they reflect and describe a coherent and meaningful pattern in the data
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Reviewing themes
Themes form a coherent pattern
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Defining and naming themes?
Clearly define themes – need to be able to clearly state what is unique and specific about each theme and determining what aspect of the data each theme captures
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Producing the report?
- You need to construct a narrative that explains the theoretical significance of your themes
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