Re-Using Qualitative Data
A workshop funded by IRCHSS as part of the Family Rhythms project at IQDA
*** Registration for this workshop is now closed ***
13/06/2012: Due to a high volume of participants in this workshop we are now at full capacity.
Please note we will be holding a second workshop later in 2012. Details on the next IQDA workshop will be posted on this site in the Autumn.
Date: Friday 22nd June, 2012
Venue: Iontas Building, National University of Ireland Maynooth
Presentations from Key Speakers
Please note: A small number of bursaries are available to assist postgraduate students that wish to attend this workshop.
On the 22nd of June 2012 the Irish Qualitative Data Archive (IQDA) will host a practical workshop on strategies for reusing qualitative data. This workshop is a full day event. The morning comprises a series of presentations, including contributions from key international speakers in the field:
Prof. Bren Neale, Professor of Life Course and Family Research, University of Leeds and Director of the Timescapes ESRC Qualitative Longitudinal (QL) study.
Dr Libby Bishop, University of Essex on the "Ethical and epistemological issues associated with reusing data"
Dr Sarah Irwin, University of Leeds on "Secondary Analysis: Comparison, Context and Working Across Data Sets (ESRC Timescapes)"
The afternoon comprises a panel dialogue between creators and users of archived qualitative data, and will include contributions from the projects; Growing Up in Ireland, Life Histories and Social Change and Timescapes.
Suitable for: All academic researchers including post-graduates and post-doctoral as well as policy researchers.
Please register with Ruth Geraghty by Friday 8th of June, 2012
By email: email@example.com
By telephone: 01 708 6171
There is no fee to attend this event. Places will be allocated on a first come first serve basis. A small number of bursaries are available to assist postgraduate students that wish to attend this workshop.
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