2011
DOI: 10.15343/0104-7809.2011354438442
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Abstract: Grupo focal como técnica de coleta e análise de dados em pesquisas qualitativasThe focal group as a technique for data collection and analysis in qualitative research El grupo focal como técnica para la recolección y el análisis de datos en la investigación cualitativa Dirce Stein Backes* Juliana Silveira Colomé** Rolf Herdmann Erdmann*** Valéria Lerch Lunardi**** RESUMO: O grupo focal se constitui em uma importante técnica de coleta de dados em pesquisas qualitativas. Com o propósito de ampliar a sua utilizaç… Show more

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“…Data collection occurred from February to March of 2015, using the focus group technique. (11) Two focus group sessions were held: the first lasted 104 minutes, and the second lasted 94 minutes. The research team was composed of a mediator, a rapporteur, and two contributors.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Data collection occurred from February to March of 2015, using the focus group technique. (11) Two focus group sessions were held: the first lasted 104 minutes, and the second lasted 94 minutes. The research team was composed of a mediator, a rapporteur, and two contributors.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Moreover, we followed the recommendation stated by the literature that focus groups should have the participation of 6 to 15 people, in order to ensure the effectiveness of the focus groups. (11) Among the 14 professors that met the study inclusion criteria and were invited to participate in the study, a total of seven attended and composed the research sample. Their statements were identified by the letter P -professor, followed by a number in sequential order (P1, P2, P3, up to P7), to preserve the identity of the participants.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In general, this interaction works when a member of the group answers another member of the group, expressing agreement or disagreement through questions and when giving or receiving answers. Moreover, there is a multiplicity of ideas and experiences, facilitating the researchers' learning process with the participants (6) .…”
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“…The number of focus group participants might vary from six to 12; participants had, among themselves, at least one common characteristic, which created an intentional sample (6) . The participation of a researcher/moderator was necessary during the discussions to introduce the main theme, stimulating the interaction of participants.…”
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