Training and Events
Analysis of Qualitative Data
|Social Research Association in partnership with NatCen Social Research|
Caroline Turney and other NatCen trainers
12/11/2018 - 13/11/2018
Grand Connaught Rooms, Great Queen Street, London (tbc)
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Lindsay Adam - T: 0207 998 0304
This two day course is designed to equip participants with a clear understanding of the principles and practice of high quality, rigorous qualitative data analysis. The course primarily focuses on ‘Framework’, an approach to qualitative data management developed at NatCen, and how this approach can be used to conduct descriptive and explanatory qualitative data analysis. The course will be delivered through a mixture of taught sessions and practical exercises.
By the end of the workshop, participants will:
Who will benefit?
This course will be useful to you if you:
NatCen trainers including
Caroline Turley is Head of NatCen's Crime and Justice and Social Attitudes teams. Her specialisms are researching sensitive issues and vulnerable groups, such as victims of crime, high risk offender populations and bereaved families. Before joining NatCen in 2007, Caroline carried out qualitative research at the Police Complaints Authority and BMRB Social Research (now TNS-BMRB). She has a BSc in Social Policy and Sociology and an MSc in Criminology, both from the London School of Economics.
Entry (no or almost no prior knowledge)
£520. Members of SRA receive a 25% discount and pay £390.
Website and registration
Qualitative Data Handling and Data Analysis
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