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Yes. It can be simply axial coding.
The question is are you developing a relationship or theory. If theory, then use theoretical coding which is more sophisticated.
You should use Charmaz's grounded theory if your study involves finding the subjective meaning of illness, for example.
In some universities, you are not supposed to communicate with the examiners on corrections-related issues.
Perhaps this is the reason why certain universities insist that the identity of external examiners should be kept as a secret.
Bewildered is absolutely right that such email can cause complications to awarding you the degree!
If you look back at your thesis one year later, you will very likely detect more issues.
Don't envy people around you whose abstracts were accepted.
Some presentations could have limited number of attendees or the presenters were criticised to have serious flaws in reasoning...
However, even some research scientists with PhD could get rejections for conference presentations.
However, you only started in last september!? This is too fast!
Whenever there is a change of supervisor, there should be agreement on the direction of the thesis right at the beginning. However, my new supervisor tried to change my focus of the thesis later which led to unhappiness... In a sense, much work done could be 'wasted'.
However, you may want to explore both qual and quan which may lead to more employment prospects.
It seems that your publications suggest you had excellent progress within 2.5 years.
The moral of the story is publication is very important; that is, working at home is more productive too. :-)
However, the university should compensate your *suffering*...
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