Session:Show me the data: research reproducibility for qualitative methods
Time:Thursday 5th July, 11:15 - 12:45
Room:4.5
Convenors: Ms Louise Corti (UK Data Archive, University of Essex)
Ms Maureen Haaker (UK Data Archive, University of Essex)

Abstract Details

In quantitative methods, reproducibility is held as the gold standard for demonstrating research integrity. But, threats to scientific integrity, such as fabrication of data and results have led to some journals now requiring data, syntax and prior registration of hypotheses to be made available as part of the peer-review. While qualitative research reproducibility has been questioned in the past, it has been protected from the recent transparency agenda. But for how long? What if journals mandate the sharing of data and analysis for qualitative research?

A panel of speakers will debate how such ‘reproducibility’ approaches and standards might look.

Presentation downloads

Louise Corti Show me the data: research reproducibility for qualitative methods
Maureen Haaker Some practical protocols for transparency for qualitative research
Nicole Janz Research Reproducibility in Political Science
Sarah Nettleton Crisis what crisis? can qualitative data archiving enhance transparency

The level of the session is: Accessible

Presentation details

Presentation 1
Start time: 11:25
Presentation title: Learning how to do research reproducibility in political science
Presenter: Dr Nicole Janz (University of Nottingham)
Presentation 2
Start time: 11:45
Presentation title: Crisis what Crisis? Can qualitative data archiving enhance transparency?
Presenter: Professor Sarah Nettleton (University of York)
Presentation 3
Start time: 12:15
Presentation title: Some practical protocols for transparency for qualitative research
Presenter: Ms Maureen Haaker (UK Data Archive, University of Essex)