The National Social Policy and Social Change Archive, University of Essex: Set up and funded by Qualidata and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, this archive houses the raw data arising out of contemporary studies relating to social policy and social change. It includes a range of well-known pioneering classic studies from the social sciences, including the research papers of.
Qualidata is concerned with research data arising from the range of social science disciplines, including sociology, social policy, anthropology, social and economic history, political science, social and human geography and social psychology. Qualitative data is defined as data collected using a qualitative methodology - defined by openness and inclusiveness, aiming to capture participants.
Research papers: Coal and Community: research papers of Professor Charles Critcher (Qualidata) (MSS.371) Professor Charles Critcher was a senior staff member in the Department of Communication Studies, School of Cultural Studies, at Sheffield Hallam University. The material consists mainly of files containing interview transcriptions. The research was carried out as a comparative study of.
Archiving qualitative research data. Louise Corti, Janet Foster and Paul Thompson. Louise Corti is the Senior Administrator for Qualidata. In the past she has taught sociology and social research methods, and spent six years working on the design, implementation and analysis of the British Household Panel Study at the University of Essex. She is interested in both qualitative and quantitative.
Some of the BMJ’s top papers in the past have been qualitative The BMJ recently celebrated 20 years of online presence by asking experts to name the most influential paper published in that period.1 The 20 nominated papers included 11 commentaries or editorials (highlighting the BMJ’s important role in publishing papers that contextualise and interpret research), three randomised.
Research material for 'An Educational War on Poverty' including: audio-cassettes of 41 taped interviews and some manuscript interview notes, 1981-1982; published and unpublished reports, articles and research papers relating to educational programmes and initiatives in the United States and Britain, 1950s-1980s; correspondence and papers (mainly photocopies) of A.H. Halsey and Michael Young.
This collection comprises the working papers of the late Samuel Edward Finer (1915-1993) from his years as Professor of Political Institutions at the University of Keele (Keele, Staffordshire), from 1954-55. In the mid-fifties, Finer was engaged in gathering material for a book on post-war transport policy in Britain, 1945 to c. 1955. In a letter to G. Woodcock, dated 15 August 1955, Finer.
Interviewing as Qualitative Research: A Guide for Researchers in Education and the Social Sciences, 3rd edition. New York: Teacher's College Press. New York: Teacher's College Press. Steinar, K. (2007).
Drysdale M, McBeath M, Johansson K, Dressler S, Zaitseva E. 2015. Psychological Attributes and Work-Integrated Learning: An International Study Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning, Zaitseva E, Milsom C, Stewart M. 2013. Connecting the dots: Using concept maps for interpreting student.
United Kingdom: Qualidata was set up in 1994 as Qualidata by the ESRC and in 2003 became part of the Economic and Social Data Service (ESDS) led by the UK Data Archive. It supported data creators and users and acquired some 350 qualitative data collections available to download. In 2012 it joined, and was fully integrated into, the UK Data Service in 2012.
Centre for Life History and Life Writing Research. Archiving and Reusing Qualitative Data: Theory, Method and Ethics across Disciplines. ESRC National Centre for Research Methods - Network for Methodological Innovation 2008. Through a series of four seminars and a conference we aim to develop approaches to archiving and reusing data which will both significantly develop recent debates in the.
This collection consists of papers and correspondence relating to research projects of the University concerning the computerisation of medical records. Professor Keith Bowden (1935-1982) was Professor of Computer Science at the University and between 1967 and 1973 pioneered research in the use of computers for information handling in respect of health care.
About the eBay research Non-technical summary: 'Virtually second-hand: Internet auction sites as spaces of knowledge performance' Internet auction sites have revolutionised the way we browse, shop for and sell second-hand, antique and collectible items. However, they also provide new ways and new spaces to display identities, knowledges and 'knowingness,' particularly in relation to artefacts.
There is growing interest in re-using qualitative data, reflected in the establishment of Qualidata by the ESRC. This facilitates the archiving of data from qualitative studies (Corti and Thompson 1998, Hammersley 1997, Corti et al 1995). More generally, limited opportunities for conducting primary research and the costs of qualitative work have prompted researchers to consider maximising use.
Chapter 2 Approaches to research; Chapter 3 Developing your ideas; Chapter 4 Selecting the method(s) of collecting data; Chapter 5 Practicalities of data collection; Chapter 6 Analysing and interpreting your findings; Chapter 7 Writing the report; Chapter 1 Preliminaries. Websites on topics covered in this chapter. Of general use when starting to think about doing your project The Guide to the.