Tag: Nvivo

Mar 04

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’s 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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Feb 11

Guest post#22: Dr Emily Stapley: Analysing young people’s experiences of coping with problems, difficult situations and feelings: An evolving approach to analysing qualitative longitudinal evaluation data

Dr Emily Stapley contributes today’s guest post. Emily is a Qualitative Research Fellow in the Evidence Based Practice Unit (EBPU) at the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families and UCL. EBPU is a child and youth mental health research and innovation unit. The blog focuses on some of the ways in which Emily …

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Jun 26

Guest blog # 10: Dr Georgia Philip: Working with qualitative longitudinal data

Georgia Philip, a Senior Research Associate in the School of Social Work, at the University of East Anglia, writes today’s insightful post. Georgia has expertise in the areas of: fathers, gender and care, qualitative and feminist research, the feminist ethics of care, parenting interventions and family policy. In this post, Georgia reflects on the challenges …

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