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Selecting an ideal theoretical framework for ethnographic nursing studies

Choosing the right theoretical framework is crucial for ethnographic nursing studies, as it shapes the research approach and influences the interpretation of findings. Ethnography, with its focus on cultural contexts and lived experiences, requires a framework that aligns with its holistic and immersive nature. This blog post will explore the essential considerations and guide the researchers in selecting an ideal theoretical framework that enhances the depth and relevance of their ethnographic nursing studies. Understanding these frameworks can help nurses better capture and analyze the complexities of patient care within diverse cultural settings.
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