You are here: Home / Tags / Qualitative Research / All Categories

Tags: Qualitative Research

All Categories (81-100 of 117)

  1. Emergent Theory and Model of Practice in Animal-Assisted Therapy in Counseling

    Contributor(s):: Stewart, Leslie A. , Chang, Catherine Y., Rice, Robert

  2. Cultural Representations Of Problem Animals In National Geographic

    Contributor(s):: Kalof, Linda, Amthor, Ramona Fruja

  3. Same pig, different conclusions: stakeholders differ in qualitative behaviour assessment

    Contributor(s):: Duijvesteijn, N., Benard, M., Reimert, I., Camerlink, I.

    Animal welfare in pig production is frequently a topic of debate and is sensitive in nature. This debate is partly due to differences in values, forms, convictions, interests and knowledge among the stakeholders that constitute differences among their frames of reference with respect to pigs and...

  4. Backyard poultry raising in Bangladesh: a valued resource for the villagers and a setting for zoonotic transmission of avian influenza. A qualitative study

    Contributor(s):: Sultana, R., Nahar, N., Rimi, N. A., Azad, S., Islam, M. S., Gurley, E. S., Luby, S. P.

  5. Methodological considerations in designing and evaluating animal-assisted intervention

    Contributor(s):: Stern, Cindy, Chur-Hansen, Anna

  6. What shelters can do about euthanasia-related stress: an examination of recommendations from those on the front line

    Contributor(s):: Rogelberg, S. G., Digiacomo, N., Reeve, C. L., Spitzmuller, C., Clark, O. L., Teeter, L., Walker, A. G., Carter, N. T., Starling, P. G.

    Shelter employees with euthanasia responsibilities are an at-risk population for a variety of psychological and emotional ailments. This study surveyed 305 employees from 62 shelters throughout the United States to gather first-hand perspectives on what should be done to assist shelter workers in...

  7. Cultural representations of problem animals in National Geographic

    Contributor(s):: Kalof, Linda, Amthor, Ramona Fruja

  8. Nurse presence enhanced through Equus

    Contributor(s):: Walsh, K. M., Blakeney, B. A.

  9. Content validity in the PROMIS social-health domain: a qualitative analysis of focus-group data

    Full-text: Available

    | Contributor(s):: Castel, Liana D., Williams, Kelly A., Bosworth, Hayden B., Eisen, Susan V., Hahn, Elizabeth A., Irwin, Debra E., Kelly, Morgen A. R., Morse, Jennifer, Stover, Angela, DeWalt, Darren A., DeVellis, Robert F.

    Purpose Our aim was to assess the content validity of the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) social health item banks by comparing a prespecified conceptual model with concepts that focus-group participants identified as important social-health-related outcomes....

  10. Interspecies kinship: Persons in later life and their companion animals

    | Contributor(s):: Yukl, Toni Anne

  11. School social work with grieving children in the twin cities

    | Contributor(s):: Quinn-Lee, Lisa

  12. A qualitative study of caring within the human-animal bond in adults living with chronic illness

    | Contributor(s):: Darling, Ardelle A.

  13. Conflict and connection: A theoretical and evaluative study of an equine-assisted psychotherapy program for at-risk and delinquent girls

    | Contributor(s):: Foley, Allison Jan

  14. Equine therapy: what impact does owning or riding a horse have on the emotional well-being of women?

    | Contributor(s):: Koch, Linda F.

  15. Literacy Learning Goes to the Dogs

    | Contributor(s):: Friesen, Lori

  16. The Effect of Animal-Assisted Therapy on Children with Disabilities

    | Contributor(s):: Alison E. Ries, Catherine Marrs Fuchsel (adviser)

    This research project is a qualitative study that explores the effect of Animal-Assisted Therapy (AAT) on children with disabilities from the perspective of Animal-Assisted Therapists. One of the goals of this research project was to provide support for this holistic inclusion of AAT in...

  17. Therapeutic Riding and Its Effect on Self-Esteem

    | Contributor(s):: Jill C. Hardy, Susan M. Schultz (adviser)

    This paper documents the history of equine assisted therapy, therapeutic riding programs and the value of utilizing the equine as part of an alternative program for children and adults with disabilities. The researcher performed a qualitative study by working with two equine centers certified for...

  18. What do Therapists Think is the Uniqueness of Animal Assisted Therapy that Engages Children?

    | Contributor(s):: Megan Marie Mensink, Sarah M. Ferguson (adviser)

    What do therapists believe is the uniqueness of animal assisted therapy that engages children? This is the main question this research aims to answer. The purpose of this study was to get the opinions of therapists on how animal assisted therapies benefit children. In this qualitative study, the...

  19. Effectiveness of Animal-Assisted Therapy: Therapists' Perspectives

    | Contributor(s):: Nichole M. Budahn, Valandra (adviser)

    Animal-assisted therapy has frequently been used with children who have autism spectrum disorder. This study examined animal-assisted therapists’ perceptions of effectiveness of animal-assisted therapy with children who have DSM-IV mental health diagnoses. The researcher recruited self-identified...

  20. Youth culture and the school revisited

    | Contributor(s):: Murdock, Graham, Phelps, Guy