- Tuesday 13 - Thursday 15 September, 2022
Working with large amounts of qualitative data: a supported self-directed online introduction to the Breadth-and-Depth method
Course leaders: Professor Ros Edwards, Dr Emma Davidson, Dr Susie Weller, Professor Lynn Jamieson
Join us for an exciting and flexible online course that will develop your knowledge and skills for working with qualitative data at scale: ‘big qual’, 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.
Discover cutting-edge analytic methods with applications across archival research, social media research, secondary analytic practice and other research arenas in which large amounts of diverse qualitative data, including longitudinal, are brought together and analysed.
This course amounts to around 7 hours study over a 3-day period. It is tailored so that you can dip-in-and-out of resources and activities, self-directing your study to fit in with your work and life commitments. Live online sessions are also scheduled once a day with the course tutors for tailored support.
Gain guided experience of the unique four-step Breadth and Depth Method to enable you to combine extensive coverage with intensive illumination, moving between the span of big qual analysis and the detail of qualitative engagement.
The course is suitable for early career as well as more experienced researchers. The course is accessible for researchers with quantitative, as well as those with qualitative skills, but you will need to be familiar with the purpose and process of qualitative research.
Please note there is a cap of 30 delegates on this course.
To register and for further details please visit: https://store.southampton.ac.uk/short-courses/school-of-economic-social-and-political-sciences/national-centre-for-research-methods/working-with-large-amounts-of-qualitative-data-an-introduction-to-the-breadthanddepth-method