How do I name the themes for my IPA study? How to go about naming themes in an IPA research study is a recurring topic across all channels. This article will review some of the useful advice on how to name or label themes derived from the IPA discussion forum over the...
Aka Help! I have too much data to do a decent IPA data analysis with enough depth. What should I do? Warning: long read alert! What will this article cover? Data analysis for your Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) research study can be a tricky business,...
Aka everything you always wanted to know about IPA sample sizes but were too afraid to ask This article explores the thorny issue of optimal sample sizes for your Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) research study. My aim with this piece is to help you...
Auditing your Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) research study in some way or another can be a robust, effective, and transparent way to enhance quality assurance. This article is one of two episodes that explore a range of auditing options and activities...
This article examines what Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) is and what it is used to explore. Acknowledgements This material was primarily drawn from: Both editions of Smith, Flowers & Larkin (2009; 2022). Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis:...
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