Healthy Attachment and Parent -Childe Relationship

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    Healthy Attachment and Parent -Childe Relationship
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    Please follow the hereafter instructions. Additionally, I am uploading one file of chapters 4 & 5 to be modified and organized so the themes are integrated. Please add 8 pages to chapter 6 and 2 pages for chapter 5. please put the new pages in the proper spaces as instructed:

    Chapter 4:
    Descriptive Data should have all of the background data from the survey and interviews. You have the former, but move the info on the interviews here Get rid of everything else about findings and themes here as they not belong.
    Data Analysis Procedures- you have started to develop the logic of the coding process and provide a table. Next you need to provide the counts of how often these codes emerged in the analysis. After that, you need to show how these codes became major themes and then provide some examples of themes (preferably in a simple table for the reader). That is all you need in DAP. It should follow a logical path from the descriptive data. All of the analysis of themes and other information does not belong in this section.
    Results: Okay, so you have established the major themes in DAP. Now, in Results you need to explore those themes using substantive narrative analysis from the interviews, working back to support it with the survey data as needed. The primary and only goal of this section is to explore the themes to show the reader how they help you to answer the two RQs. Finally, at the end, as you have done, tell the bigger picture of what emerged.

    Descriptive Data (DD): put all of the descriptive data in this section. This means all of the background data on the participants, the responses to the survey questions as relevant, and the background data for the interviews. Especially with the interviews you need a table listing, by participant all of the data from the interviews: time, date, duration, number of transcribed pages; again, this should be detailed and by participant. Second, you have a lot of figures in the Data Analysis Procedures (DAP) that are redundant with the tables; unless they convey new information they should be deleted. In short, DD, should provide ALL of the background data on your participants, interviews, questionnaire responses, etc. Data currently in other sections that contains this should be moved here; all other information on theming or otherwise does not need to exist in this section. Overall DD, is not a tough fix, it require some additions, subtractions and moving information to this section.
    Data Analysis Procedures (DAP)- this section is the logical leap from DD. Here what you do is set up the primary themes that emerge to help you explore your RQs in the Results. you do not develop your coding/theming process. This is a major problem in the chapter and for the dissertation. You need to explain how you analysed the data in this section, how codes were developed, provide descriptives for the codes, explain how themes emerged from the codes, provide descriptives for themes, and then identify the key/dominant themes that emerged, along with narrative examples (see the checklist and you need tables for each in-text). The goal of this section Robert is to show the reader how the major themes came about in the analysis. This is the key data that will be used to explore your RQs in the Results section. Since this process was not fully explicated in great detail, the thematic analysis of the Results as currently written does not fully make sense (in terms of how the themes came about). The goal is to work this out prior to the Results, and then that section needs to explore the themes that emerged from the data in substantive, narrative fashion to explore the phenomena listed in the RQs. Thus, you need a table explaining your coding process, a table with the counts and examples of codes for the readers, explanation of how these codes were transformed into themes, table listing the prevalence of themes that emerged from the data, and finally a table with narrative examples of the themes for the reader. Thus, you make these additions and then you can move to explore the Results in a consistent, clear and aligned manner; this will take you the most time to develop.
    Results- you need to take the themes you developed in DAP and explore them by RQ. Since you set up (2) RQ rather than the multiple RQs I suggested, you have to unpack the phenomena in the RQs and make sure each one is fully explored, relative to the major themes that explain them you established in DAP. So for example: How do parents perceive the relationship between early bonding, reciprocity, connectedness, barriers, and experiences and their child’s well-being? Here, bonding, reciprocity, etc. need to be explained relative to the themes uncovered in DAP and so forth for RQ2. Then, you need to bring this together since the RQs dovetail with each other, and explain the bigger picture for the reader that links back to your purpose.

    Chapter 5: Overall, this chapter requires modest changes throughout. Address the required remarks and precision given to language.

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