Research Methods Training

About the Workshop Download the full Workshop Programme (PDF) Workshop aims Qualitative longitudinal research presents particular complexities and challenges relating to its design, to managing fieldwork and associated ethics, and to effective data analysis. This workshop explores some of these challenges and offers conceptually informed practical strategies for addressing issues arising throughout QL research from…
Date: 16 October 2014, 13:00 – 14.30 A cross-disciplinary workshop on parenthood, social exclusion, health and well being.
Part of the White Rose Doctoral Training Centre Advanced Qualitative Methods Programme. This advanced workshop explored the challenges and potential for adding time into the mix of a qualitative study. Sessions included presentations on temporal theory and methodology, access and sampling, temporal ethics, and the secondary analysis of qualitative longitudinal data. Group workshops covered the…
Workshop Aim Qualitative longitudinal (QL) research presents particular challenges in negotiating access, choosing cases, and maintaining our relationships with participants through research. In addition, because QL research engages with time methodologically and substantively, we are obliged to think about and respond to the dynamic relationships between researchers and researched, and the ways in which the…
A research methods training day, with a focus on qualitative secondary data analysis and longitudinal data analysis Qualitative Longitudinal Research Methods Training Workshops 2012 – 2013 Workshop aims Qualitative longitudinal data presents particular complexities and challenges for analysis. This workshop explores some of these challenges and offers conceptually informed practical strategies for analysing qualitative longitudinal…
Organised by the NCRM and University of Leeds Qualitative Longitudinal (QL) methods are used to reveal how change is created, lived and experienced, particularly in policy and organisational contexts where individuals are required to change their behaviour, or where change processes in policy or practice environments need to be evaluated and better understood. QL research…
About the course Qualitative Longitudinal methods are used to reveal how change is created, lived and experienced, particularly in policy and organisational contexts where individuals are required to change their behaviour, or where change processes in policy or practice environments need to be evaluated and better understood. This methods training day in Qualitative Longitudinal (QL)…
Timescapes ran three secondary analysis workshops between March and April 2011. The workshops were run in Edinburgh, Leeds and London, and were designed to offer training in the method and practice of secondary analysis of qualitative data. The new ESRC Timescapes Data Archive was used as a platform for the workshops. The workshops offered the…
Date: 13 September 2010, 9.30 am – 5.00 pm Location: Beech Grove House, University of Leeds
‘Innovation in Social Research’ is a one day conference for postgraduate and postdoctoral researchers. It will focus on ‘innovation’ in social research methods. Leading academics will present ideas of ‘innovation’ in different methodological contexts, and delegates will explore what it means to be ‘innovative’ in social research practice. This will involve moving beyond, whilst still…