Tag: NCRM

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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Mar 21

Forthcoming event: BIG QUALIDATA, 9th May 2016

BIG QUALIDATA: Tackling Analysis of Very Large Volumes of Qualitative Data in Social Science Research Monday 9th May 1-4pm, University of Edinburgh, Manchester and Southampton. Can social researchers scale up techniques of working with qualitative data and meaningfully analyse massively more text than they can possibly read? Our forthcoming seminar will seek to explore this question with three …

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Mar 07

Research team blog 1: Getting started

Susie and I both began working on the project as part-time research fellows at the end of May 2015. Now as we go into our tenth month we would like to share with you some of the key pieces of work completed so far. Our first few months were spent conducting the usual organisational activities …

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Mar 07

Welcome to the project

Welcome to the ‘Working Across Qualitative Longitudinal Studies’ blog. Here you will be able to follow our research process, the team discussions (and debates) and our findings as they evolve. We are very aware that accounts of qualitative research – especially the process of data management and analysis – are often sanitised by the time …

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