Guest post#24: Dr Åsa Audulv: Be transparent (and proud) – How can we better describe the practice of qualitative longitudinal analysis?
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- Post#28: Prof Lynn Jamieson, Dr Emma Davidson, Prof Rosalind Edwards and Dr Susie Weller: COVID-19 and ‘Big Qual’ 20th April 2020
- Post#27: Dr Emma Davidson, Justin Chun-ting Ho and Prof Lynn Jamieson: Computational text analysis using R in Big Qual data: lessons from a feasibility study looking at care and intimacy 21st March 2019
- Post#26: Dr Susie Weller: Collaborating with original research teams: Some reflections on good secondary analytic practice 6th March 2019
- Post#25: Dr Susie Weller, Prof Rosalind Edwards, Prof Lynn Jamieson and Dr Emma Davidson: Selecting data sets to create new assemblages 4th March 2019
- Guest post#24: Dr Åsa Audulv: Be transparent (and proud) – How can we better describe the practice of qualitative longitudinal analysis? 26th February 2019
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