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Maureen Haaker

Maureen Haaker is a scholar in the field of qualitative methodology and reproduction. She is a lecturer in the School of Social Sciences and Humanities at the University of Suffolk, and she has worked with the UK Data Service for 10 years as a senior qualitative training officer. Her work has involved the ingest and digitisation of qualitative data, development of training for the management, deposit, and re-use of qualitative data, and the re-use of qualitative datasets for teaching and learning. She is a key contributor to Sage’s Managing and Sharing Research Data (2nd edition) and Qualitative Secondary Analysis. Her current work explores the impact of GDPR on archiving qualitative datasets. She is currently completing a PhD in Sociology at the University of Essex.