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Table 2 Semiopragmatic analysis steps

From: Patient-centeredness to anticipate and organize an end-of-life project for patients receiving at-home palliative care: a phenomenological study

Accurate transcription of the recordings (French: verbatims).
Identifying the most relevant elements of contextual anchoring.
General reading, followed by targeted reading.
Dividing text in meaning sections.
Identifying all indexical, textual and contextual elements informing the construction of a category (categorizing by continuous comparison).
Semiopragmatic characterization of emergent categories according to their semiotic level.
Arranging those categories according to their logical inter-relationships.
Constructing the meaning of an emerging phenomenon via a general proposition.