Tag: secondary analysis

Post#28: Prof Lynn Jamieson, Dr Emma Davidson, Prof Rosalind Edwards and Dr Susie Weller: COVID-19 and ‘Big Qual’

Today‚Äôs post is written by Prof Lynn Jamieson along with Dr Emma Davidson (University of Edinburgh) and Prof Rosalind Edwards and Dr Susie Weller (University of Southampton). The blog discusses the potential of qualitative secondary analysis, and in particular ‚Äėbig qual‚Äô analysis, for helping to overcome the restrictions placed on qualitative work during the global …

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Post#26: Dr Susie Weller: Collaborating with original research teams: Some reflections on good secondary analytic practice

In this blog, Dr Susie Weller, Senior Research Fellow at the ESRC National Centre for Research Methods and the MRC Lifecourse Epidemiology Unit, University of Southampton reflects on her experiences of thinking about good practice in qualitative secondary analysis. Susie draws on a recent ESRC National Centre for Research Methods study – Working across qualitative …

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Post#25: Dr Susie Weller, Prof Rosalind Edwards, Prof Lynn Jamieson and Dr Emma Davidson: Selecting data sets to create new assemblages

The focus of today‚Äôs blog is on the process of identifying qualitative material from multiple archived data sets to bring together to conduct secondary analysis. This process is the first stage in a four-step breath-and-depth method we developed for analysing large volumes of qualitative data. We draw on our experiences of conducting the ESRC National …

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Guest post#21: Dr Sarah Lewthwaite: Working in collaboration to develop the teaching of big qual analysis

Dr Sarah Lewthwaite, Research Fellow in the ESRC National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM) and Southampton Education School, University of Southampton, contributes today‚Äôs guest post. Sarah has expertise in the learning and teaching of advanced research methods, as well as, the intersections between critical theory, accessibility, new technologies and student experience in higher education. In …

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Guest blog # 9: Virginia Morrow: The ethics of secondary data analysis

We are excited to have a blog this week by Ginny Morrow, Deputy Director of Young Lives. This is an incredible study of childhood poverty which, over the last 15 years, has followed the lives of 12,000 children in Ethiopia, India (in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana), Peru and Vietnam. The aim of …

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Guest blog # 8: Dr Sarah Wilson: Using qualitative secondary analysis as a tool of critical reflexivity

Our guest post today is by Sarah Wilson, a Senior Lecturer in Sociology in the School of Applied Social Science at the University of Stirling. Sarah’s research interests are in¬†the¬†sociology of families, relationships and personal life, with a methodological focus on developing¬†visual, audial and artistic qualitative¬†research. In this post, Sarah reflects on her qualitative secondary …

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Guest post #1, Dr Anna Tarrant: Reflections from the Men, Poverty and Lifetimes of Care study

This is our¬†first guest post, written¬†by Dr Anna Tarrant. Anna is currently working as a Leverhulme Trust Early Career Research Fellow at the University of Leeds.¬†She is¬†leading a¬†research project called ‚ÄėMen, poverty and lifetimes of care‚Äô that qualitatively explores how men negotiate their care responsibilities in low-income localities. As part of the study she will …

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