28 Aug Strategies in qualitative data-analysis from a grounded Theory perspective: from coding transcripts to writing output – POSTPONED
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
qualitative seminar | level: beginner |
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affiliation: KU Leuven
Due to Corona regulations at KU Leuven , the SEMINAR WILL NOT TAKE PLACE. IT WILL BE ORGANIZED AGAIN IN 2021.
Making sense of qualitative data is the title of a handbook by Goffey and Atkinson. But is probably one of the most important tasks a researcher has while doing a qualitative study. At the same time, it is one of the most difficult tasks because 'meaning' is a precious stone that is daunting difficult to mine for.
In this seminar, we will use the Grounded Theory methodology to show starting researchers how they can analyse their data in a systematic way.
The following topics are discussed in the seminar.
(1) The transcript process: how do you transcribe ? What is necessary for a good transcript ?
(2) Coding: what is open coding ? How do you choose your codes ?
(3) Axial coding: what is axial coding ? How do concepts arise from your data ?
(4) Selective coding: how to build your theoretical framework ? How to use graphical representations and storytelling effectively in your journal articles ?
This seminar uses no software (see the seminars on Nvivo) and works with paper and pencil. All participants will work on material from the teacher but are invited to relate the workshop to their own study.
Due to the circumstances of limited places, priority is given to PhD students
PhD's of a Flemish university: free of charge
College van Premonstreit-
prof. dr. Dimitri Mortelmans