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Hands-on qualitative methods: going from data to analysis.
This training session, using a variety of data sources including interviews with Donald Trump and a US defender of the political right, and a speech from Jeremy Hunt, to explore different ways of coding qualitative data. It explores how different methods can provide different perspectives on the data, considering how student can code theoretically, in line with critical discourse analysis and narrative analysis, and how they can summarise interview data both as interaction and as qualitative response. We will focus on how data can be coded and examined manually, rather than using software, to try and focus on the data rather than the technology, of analysing it.

The workshop will be held at the University of Strathclyde at the Lord Hope Building, Wednesday 29th November. LH 211/a. 11.00am to 4.00pm. Lunch will be included. The session will be run by Professor Ian Greener, Head of the Graduate School in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.


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