This study utilized a qualitative approach, specifically, a constructivist framework and grounded theory methodology. First, 13 Master's level students (six males and seven females) participated in individual interviews and focus groups where data was generated. Second, auxiliary data was collected using archival data.Both individual and group interviews will be conducted by Yukio Fujikura, a doctoral student in the Counselor Education Ph.D. program at the college of William aamp; Mary, under ... To record both individual and group session, an audio tape recorder will be used. ... In addition, participants will be also asked to share their reflective journals as the artifact data. The archival data, specifically participantsa#39; application, essays will be also examined by permission of participants and authorities.
|Title||:||Exploration of Gendered Patterns in Counseling Students' Perception of Training Experiences|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|