The Grounded Theory Review is an interdisciplinary, online academic journal for the advancement of classic grounded theory and scholarship. The Grounded Theory Review is an interdisciplinary, online academic journal for the advancement of classic grounded theory and scholarship. The Grounded Theory Review adheres to the highest standards of peer review and engages established and emerging scholars from anywhere in the world.  While centered in social sciences and the health disciplines, the Grounded Theory Review is open and welcoming to contributions from any academic field.

Volume 16, Issue 1, June 2017

Celebrating 50 Years of Grounded Theory: Onward and Forward Editorial

General Section

Final Thoughts on Exampling
Intacting Integrity in Coping with Health Issues
Remodelling the Life Course: Making the Most of Life with Multiple Sclerosis
Comparative Failure in Science

Short Format Section

Growing Grounded Theory: Doing my Bit
The Discovery Power of Staying Open
Offsetting the Affective Filter
Intellectual Autonomy of PhD Researchers who use the Grounded Theory Methodology
Rethinking Applied Economics by Classic Grounded Theory: An Invitation to Collaborate
Grounded Theory: Study of Aboriginal Nations
Negotiated Re-orienting: A Theory Generated through International Collaborative Research
Patterns of Theoretical Similarity
Complexities in Palliative Cancer Care: Can Grounded Theories be Useful to Increase Awareness?
Formal Grounded Theory: Knowing When to Come Out of the Rain
Transcending Taboos in Medical Ethics
Grappling with the Suicidal Monster: A Grounded Theory of how Parents Experience Living with Suicidal Distress
Caring with Honor: A Grounded Theory of Caring for Veterans within the Veterans Health Administration
Grounding Anger Management
Mark Maximising in a Context of Uncertain Contribution: a Grounded Theory in Progress
Becoming Comfortable with MY Epilepsy: The How2tell Study

Book Reviews

Book Review: Replacing The Discovery of Grounded Theory
Book Review: Grounded Theory in Perspective: A Lifetime’s Work
About the Authors

Volume 15, Issue 2, December 2016

Editorial: From Grounded Description to Grounded Theory

General Section

Grounded Description: No No
Pain Resolving in Addiction and Recovery: A Grounded Theory Study
Optimising Capacity – A Service User and Caregiver Perspective on Reablement
Rationalising Transgression: A Grounded Theory Explaining how Emergency Department Registered Nurses Rationalise Erroneous Behaviour
Wayfinding: A Grounded Theory Study

Short Papers

Entering the Field: Decisions of an Early Career Researcher
Understanding Abstract Wonderment: The Reflections of a Novice Researcher
Ignoring Grounded Description
Open Coding Descriptions
Refuting Denzin’s Claims: Grounded Theory and Indigenous Research
About the Authors

Volume 15, Issue 1, June 2016

Editorial: New Perspectives on Conceptual Growth through GT

General Section

The Grounded Theory Perspective: Its Origins and Growth
Mastering Everyday Life in Ordinary Housing for People with Psychiatric Disabilities
Collective Inclusioning: A Grounded Theory of a Bottom-Up Approach to Innovation and Leading
Trust Testing in Care Pathways for Neurodevelopmental Disorders: A Grounded Theory Study

Book Reviews

Book Review: Heeding The Cry for Help
Book Review: Great help for novice GT researchers
About the Editors

Volume 14, Issue 2, December 2015

Editorial: Vibrant Awareness

Special Section

Awareness of Dying Remains Relevant after Fifty Years
The System was Blinking Red: Awareness Contexts and Disasters
The Practical Use of Awareness Theory (1965)
Preface of Awareness of Dying (1965)

General Section

Perpetual Betterising: A Grounded Upgrading of Disruptive Innovation Theory Resolving Co-dependent Socio-economic Main Concerns
Embodied Revelation: A Classic Grounded Theory of Heart Failure Patient Decision Making Surrounding Primary Prevention Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator Therapy
Momentary Contentment: A Modern Version of an Old Survival Culture

Short Papers

Utilizing Grounded Theory to Enhance: the Education of Graduate Clinical Social Work Field Students
About the Authors