Section 6 then examines various reflexive strategies that could support the researcher in the task of prioritizing the data over any other input.
Finally, the conclusion is presented in Section 7, where the importance of actively exploring one's epistemological position when doing a grounded theory research is highlighted, as it is through this positioning that the literature review will exert its potential impact and utility on the resulting grounded theory] 2.
The role of a literature review conducted before data collection and analysis is one of them (DUNNE, 2011; GILES, KING & DE LACEY, 2013; Mc GHEE, MARLAND & ATKINSON, 2007).
 When GLASER and STRAUSS first introduced GTM, they explicitly argued against reading about the area under study before the beginning of data collection, and even during later stages of the research.
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