Eprints Top 100

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Total number of views in the last 30 days: 111474

Title Author(s) Views
1 How many qualitative interviews is enough Sarah Elsie Baker, Rosalind Edwards
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2 An Introduction to Using Video for Research C Jewitt
606
3 What Are Academic Disciplines? Some Observations on the Disciplinarity vs. Interdisciplinarity Debate Armin Krishnan
570
4 An Overview of Methods for the Analysis of Panel Data Ann Berrington, Peter Smith, Patrick Sturgis
549
5 Report of the Inquiry into the 2015 British general election opinion polls Patrick Sturgis, Nick Baker, Mario Callegaro, Stephen Fisher, Jane Green, Will Jennings, Jouni Kuha, Ben Lauderdale, Patten Smith
504
6 What is Qualitative Comparative Analysis? Charles C. Ragin
451
7 Managing anonymity and confidentiality in social research: the case of visual data in Community research Graham Crow, Rose Wiles
427
8 Bringing Things Back to Life: Creative Entanglements in a World of Materials Tim Ingold
385
9 Conducting qualitative research with people with learning, communication and other disabilities: Methodological challenges Melanie Nind
371
10 What Is Qualitative Interviewing? Rosalind Edwards, Janet Holland
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11 Explaining changing patterns of crime: a focus on burglary and age-period-cohort models B Franics, K Soothill
351
12 Visual Ethics: Ethical Issues in Visual Research Rose Wiles, Jon Prosser, Anna Bagnoli, Andrew Clark, Katherine Davies, Sally Holland, Emma Renold
330
13 Book Review: 100 Activities for Teaching Research Methods by Catherine Dawson Sarah Lewthwaite
328
14 Discourse Analysis: varieties and methods Jason Glynos, David Howarth, Aletta Norval, Ewen Speed
322
15 Mixed-method approaches to social network analysis Gemma Edwards
286
16 The four varieties of comparative analysis: the case of environmental regulation Chris Pickvance
278
17 Methods for the synthesis of qualitative research: a critical review E Barnett-Page, J Thomas
263
18 Introducing Visual Methods Jon Prosser, Andrew Loxley
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19 The Management of Confidentiality and Anonymity in Social Research R Wiles, G Crow, S Heath, V Charles
251
20 Mixing modes of data collection in surveys: A methodological review Caroline Roberts
215
21 Lessons from Covid-19 Data Jools Kasmire, Alle Bloom, Rosie Mansfield
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22 Anonymising Research Data Andrew Clark
198
23 The ethics of secondary data analysis Virginia Morrow, Janet Boddy, Rowena Lamb
195
24 Using a Social Semiotic Approach to Multimodality: Researching Learning in Schools, Museums and Hospitals J Bezemer, C Jewitt, S Diamantopoulou, G Kress, D Mavers
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25 Methods for the thematic synthesis of qualitative research in systematic reviews James Thomas, A Harden
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26 NCRM Methods Review Papers, NCRM/005. Mixed Methods Research: A discussion paper Julia Brannen
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27 Approaches to Narrative Research Corinne Squire
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28 Participatory Mapping: An innovative sociological method Nick Emmel
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29 Anonymity and Confidentiality Rose Wiles, Graham Crow, Sue Heath, Vikki Charles
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30 The Biographic-Narrative Interpretive Method - Shortguide Tom Wengraf
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31 Mulit-sited Ethnography: Five or Six Things I Know About It Now George E. Marcus
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32 The NCRM quick start guide to: Principles for effective pedagogy Melanie Nind, Sarah Lewthwaite
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33 NCRM Methods Review Papers NCRM/001 Informed Consent in Social Research: A Literature Review Rose Wiles, Sue Heath, Graham Crow, Vikki Charles
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34 An introduction to embodiment and digital technology research: Interdisciplinary themes and perspectives W Farr, S Price, C Jewitt
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35 Causality for beginners RAY Pawson
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36 Innovations in Social Science Research Methods Maria Xenitidou, Nigel Gilbert
151
37 Partnership research: a review of approaches and challenges in conducting research in partnership with service users J. Frankham
137
38 Methods for recording video in the classroom: producing single and multi-camera videos for research into teaching and learning Daniel Kilburn
137
39 NCRM Methods Review Papers, NCRM/004. Event History Analysis Fiona Steele
137
40 Redesigning Social Inquiry Charles C. Ragin
136
41 Understanding Community: A review of networks, ties and contacts Andrew Clark
133
42 Using Walking Interviews Andrew Clark, Nick Emmel
131
43 A social semiotic multimodal analysis framework for website interactivity Elisabetta Adami
130
44 Recognizing learning: a perspective from a social semiotic theory of multimodality Gunther Kress
126
45 New frontiers in QLR: definition, design and display Rachel Thomson, Lucy Hadfield, Janet Holland, Karen Henwood, Niamh Moore, Liz Stanley, Rebecca Taylor
125
46 The potentials and pitfalls of using Skype for qualitative (longitudinal) interviews Susie Weller
125
47 Using phone interviews Annie Irvine
122
48 Obtaining Consent in Research involving Children - Understanding the Legal and Ethical Framework Edmund Horowicz, Helen Stalford
122
49 The kineikonic mode: Towards a multimodal approach to moving image media Andrew Burn
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50 Changing Social Research Practices in the Context of Covid-19: Rapid Evidence Review Melanie Nind, Andy Coverdale, Robert Meckin
121
51 A Typology of Research Methods Within the Social Sciences Gabriele Beissel-Durrant
120
52 ReStore guidance principles for sustainability of online resources. Dave Martin, Arshad Khan
120
53 Assessing the impact of NCRM's Training and Capacity Building Activities 2014 - 2016 Rebekah Luff, Gabriele Durrant
120
54 Introduction to The Ethics of Research Involving Children: Common Questions, Potential Strategies and Useful Guidance Edmund Horowicz, Helen Stalford
120
55 Qualiti (NCRM) commissoned inquiry into the risk to well-being of researchers in Qualitative Research M Bloor, B Fincham, H Sampson
117
56 NCRM NOVELLA - Narrative Ethics (Workshop) Corinne Squire, Molly Andrews, Maria Medved, Jens Brockmeier
117
57 We need to talk about statistical anxiety. A review of the evidence around statistical anxiety in the context of quantitative methods pedagogy Kevin Ralston, John MacInnes, Graham Crow, V.J. Gayle
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58 Making research ethical during the pandemic Andy Coverdale
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59 Looking after and managing your research data Louise Corti
111
60 Eprints test NCRM Bób Arctór
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61 The Methods Used in Connected Lives: Investigating networks, neighbourhoods and communities Nick Emmel, Andrew Clark
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62 NCRM Methods Review Papers, NCRM/003. Children as active researchers: a new research paradigm for the 21st century? Mary Kellett
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63 Practical considerations in doing research inclusively and doing it well: Lessons for inclusive researchers Melanie Nind, Hilra Vinha
109
64 Middle Range Theory and Programme Theory Evaluation Ray Pawson
108
65 A Review of the Academic Impact of Three Methodological Innovations: Netnography, Child-Led Research and Creative Research Methods Andrew Bengry-Howell, Rose Wiles, Melanie Nind, Graham Crow
107
66 Availability and use of UK based ethnicity data for health research Rohini Mathur, Emily Grundy, Liam Smeeth
105
67 Bayesian Statistics Small Area Estimation Virgilio Gomez-Rubio, Nicky Best, Sylvia Richardson, Guangquan Li, Philip Clarke
103
68 Analysing large volumes of complex qualitative data - Reflections from a group of international experts Susie Weller, Rosalind Edwards, Lynn Jamieson, Emma Davidson
102
69 Informed Consent in Visual Research Katherine Davies
101
70 Innovation in qualitative research methods: a narrative review Rose Wiles, Helen Pain, Graham Crow
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71 Multimodal methods for researching digital technologies C Jewitt
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72 Multiple Regression in SPSS worksheet (Quiz and Practical) Jo Wathan, Vanessa Higgins, Mark Elliot, William Browne, Chris Carlton, Ana Morales Gomez, Jennifer Buckley
100
73 Endocrine Disruptors in the Workplace, Hair Spray, Folate Supplementation, and Risk of Hypospadias: Case-Control Study G Ormond, M J Nieuwenhuijsen, P Nelson, M B Toledano, N Iszatt, Sara Geneletti, P Elliott
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74 Simple, multiple and multiway correspondence analysis applied to spatial census-based population microsimulation studies using R Didier Leibovici, Mark Birkin
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75 NCRM Methods Review Papers, NCRM/006. Geographically Weighted Regression Martin Charlton, Stewart Fotheringham, Chris Brunsdon
97
76 'Digital Methods as Mainstream Methodology': Building capacity in the research community to address the challenges and opportunities presented by digitally inspired methods Steven. Roberts, Christine. Hine, Yvette. Morey, Helene Snee, Hayley Watson
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77 Allostatic load - a challenge to measure multisystem physiological dysregulation. Pathways Node at NCRM. Sanna Read, Emily Grundy
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78 What is narrative research Corinne Squire
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79 Microsimulation Model User Guide (Flexible Modelling Framework) Kirk Harland
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80 Generalized nonlinear models in R: An overview of the gnm package Heather Turner, David Firth
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81 Social Studies of Social Science: A Working Bibliography Michael Mair, C. Greiffenhagen, W. Sharrock
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82 Introducing spatial microsimulation with R: a practical Robin Lovelace
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83 Digital Methods of Working with Children: Ethics, Rights and Responsibilities Edmund Horowicz, Helen Stalford, Rachel Heah
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84 Six strategies for mixing methods and linking data in social science research Jennifer Mason
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85 ReStore guidance principles for sustainability of online resources. Dave Martin, Arshad Khan
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86 Changing Research Practices: Undertaking social research in the context of Covid-19 Melanie Nind, Robert Meckin, Andy Coverdale
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87 Studying elites: Challenges, opportunities & progressive potential Katie Higgins, Sarah Kunz
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88 Broken devices and new opportunities: re-imagining the tools of qualitative research Les Back
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89 Fieldwork effort, response rate, and the distribution of survey outcomes: a multi-level meta-analysis Joel Williams, Patrick Sturgis, Ian Brunton-Smith, Jamie Morre
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90 Recruiting Children for Research: How, Where and Why? Edmund Horowicz, Helen Stalford, Seamus Byrne
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91 The archive in question Till Geiger, Niamh Moore, Mike Savage
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92 What to do with contradictory data? Vanessa May
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93 Sounding Out: Using music elicitation in qualitative research Nicola Allett
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94 The Workflow: A Practical Guide to Producing Accurate, Efficient, Transparent and Reproducible Social Survey Data Analysis V.J. Gayle, P.S. Lambert
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95 Key Concepts in Multimodality: Berit Hendriksen in conversation with Gunther Kress G Kress, J. Bezemer, B Henriksen, C Jewitt
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96 Review of the Typology of Research Methods within the Social Sciences Rebekah Luff, Dorothy Byatt, David Martin
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97 Doing Real Time Research: Opportunities and Challenges Les Back, Celia Lury, Robert Zimmer
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98 Transhumanism Robert Meckin, Mark Elliot
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99 Latent Transition Analysis Oliver Perra
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100 Rights, 'right on' or the right thing to do? A critical exploration of young people's engagement in participative social work research Sally Holland, Emma Renold, Nicola Ross, Alex Hillman
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