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Table 2 The coding system and its categories

From: Using Hypervideo to support undergraduate students’ reflection on work practices: a qualitative study

Hierarchy of categories
1st Hierarchy Level 2nd Hierarchy Level Category Label
The Student reports / Describes / Narrates Work-related events A
education and / or training-related events B
Assignment-related events C
reflects on the job or the work (regarding) the interviewee D
their work E
Work in general F
reflects on education and / or training (regarding) regarding the interviewee G
their education and training H
education and training in general I
reflects on submitted assignments reflective-report drafting L
videomaking (technical aspects) M
interview preparation and conducting N
post-production (editing etc.) O
cooperating with peers P
the assignment in general Q
reports on what the interviewee disclosed - through a description - about experiences regarding work and personal life R
interpersonal relationships S
reports on what the interviewee disclosed - through a reflection - about experiences regarding work and personal life T
interpersonal relationships U
Cross-cutting categoriesa the student refers to specific moments in the video or interview V
the student refers to the teaching module’s contents Z
  1. aUnlike other coding possibilities, cross-sectional categories can be used by programmers on already encoded portions of text