In describing the "search for the codable
moment," Boyatzis (1998) believed that "recognizing an important moment (seeing) precedes encoding it (seeing it as something), which in turn precedes interpretation.
the feedback was not codable
) from the notes provided by the interviewer and the observer.
As I measured the data as discrete, codable
units, I made a conscious decision to ignore the fact that the language was both contaminated by meaning and rife with meaning deferred.
We hope to collaborate with the Newseum in the future on a searchable, codable
Of participants who generated codable
rules, those in the shape condition only generated shape-based rules (n= 2 6, 100 %) while those in the semantic condition generated both semantic based (n = 23, 65.7 %) and shaped based (n = 12, 34.3 %) rules.
If there are no coding opportunities, the node does not wait for the arrival of a matching codable
One or more meaningful concepts from the 18 items could not be coded by using ICF; the first part was codable
whereas the second part was not codable
Of the 909 participants, 881 (97 percent) answered the "view of self" question of whom 825 (94 percent) had a codable
response and were included in the statistical analyses.
(2004), it was assumed that the frequency of mentioning a particular idea or theme reflected its salience or importance for the parents; thus, frequency of mentioning a codable
theme was scored in the case of the two questions: (1) "What do you think is more important for the development of your child?" and (2) "In what ways do you think play contributes to the development of your child?" Responses derived from the third question, "What do you think of children's play?," were scored in a manner reflecting the percentage of respondents who mentioned each category.
As can be seen in Table 1, moral concern was the most frequent codable