5.3.3 Characterising Constructs

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Your eyeball analysis will have informed you about what the constructs are.

You will know their content; in other words, you will have identified the

actual terms of reference which the interviewee finds relevant in thinking

about, and working with, the issues involved in the particular topic you have

chosen. As you do this analysis, it may occur to you that some, or all, of the

constructs are of a particular kind, and this may be significant in itself.

As with process and eyeball analyses, so with construct characterisation: make

it a standard part of your analysis routine, regardless of what other kinds of

analysis you intend to carry out.

What is the proportion of the following types of construct, and is this

significant given your aims, and the topic of this particular grid?