Tag Archive: archaeology

Nov 08

Research team blog 4: Approaches to Analysing Qualitative Data: Archaeology as a Metaphor for Method, 18th October 2016

Today we would like to share the videos from our NCRM seminar on ‘Approaches to Analysing Qualitative Data’, where we presented our ongoing work alongside Professor Emeritus Clive Seale and Professor Maria Tamboukou. In the seminar we used the metaphor of archaeology to think about how can we ‘dig down’, and where do we dig, …

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Oct 11

Research team blog 3: Case Histories in Qualitative Longitudinal Research, 6th & 7th October 2016

archaeology-image

Susie and I were delighted to have been invited to the University of Sussex this week to talk about our project at an NCRM event on case histories. Organised by case study experts, Rachel Thomson and Julie McLeod, the event brought together an international and interdisciplinary group of researchers working with, and negotiating, ‘cases’ in qualitative …

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Aug 08

Forthcoming event: Approaches to Analysing Qualitative Data, 18th October 2016

Skeleton and archaeological tools.Training for dig fossil.Simulated same as real digging.

On the 18th October 2016 we will be hosting a seminar at The Foundling Museum in London, ‘Approaches to Analysing Qualitative Data: Archaeology as a Metaphor for Method’. The seminar will ask the question, how can we ‘dig down’, and where do we dig, to get an analytic grip when working with large and complex bodies of …

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Jul 26

Research team blog 2: NCRM Research Festival

Wine reception

We recently had the pleasure of presenting our work at the 7th ESRC Research Methods Festival, hosted by the University of Bath. And what an event it was! Over three days we joined social scientists from a huge range of disciplines and sectors and at different points in their research careers. It was great to find …

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