Introducing Qualitative Longitudinal Research: From Design to Analysis (Online)
Course leader: Professor Bren Neale
This one-day online, interactive course will provide a practical introduction to qualitative longitudinal enquiry, and is held as part of the Timescapes 10 Festival. The cost of registration is included in the nominal £10 fee for the Festival, which covers entry costs to all other Festival events.
The morning session will explore key design features of this methodology, including how to build time into a study, how to sample through time, how to generate temporal data, the ethics of longitudinal enquiry, and the potential to create real-time impact in policy processes. The afternoon session will focus on the intricate nature of QL analysis. The course will comprise two lectures and two interactive workshops (see below and attached programme for further details). The course will be delivered by Bren Neale, a specialist in QL research and the author of two books on this methodology.
Please note there is a cap of 30 delegates for this course.
To register and for further details visit: https://store.southampton.ac.uk/short-courses/school-of-economic-social-and-political-sciences/national-centre-for-research-methods/introducing-qualitative-longitudinal-research-from-design-to-analysis-online