Interdisciplinary Workshop on Qualitative Data Analysis in Practice: Experiences, Challenges and Possibilities
09/01/2017 Elisa Coati
Call for Abstracts: Interdisciplinary Workshop on Qualitative Data Analysis in Practice: Experiences, Challenges and Possibilities
PhD students and early career researchers from any field are invited to submit an abstract on their experiences of qualitative data analysis at the Workshop on Qualitative Data Analysis in Practice, which is going to take place on the 27th of February 2017, at the School of Education, University of Leeds. The workshop is funded by LEAP Researcher Training Hub.
Contributions from multiple disciplines and topics are encouraged, but applicants must have completed their data analysis and be able to present it by taking a practical approach. We are welcoming abstracts that focus on the processes the researchers used to analyse qualitative data, the practical challenges they encountered, the solutions they created and their reflections.
The workshop will also be a learning opportunity as there will be two plenary speakers addressing the topic of how to present qualitative data and how to turn a presentation in a book chapter. The workshop is part of a wider effort to publish an edited book on qualitative data analysis, so all presenters will be invited to expand their presentations into a book chapter.
Please visit the event website for more information and abstract (up to 500 words) submission: http://qualitativedataanalysisinpractice.weebly.com/
Call for abstracts: until February 15, 2017
Notification of acceptance: February 20, 2017
Registration for participants: until February 20, 2017
Workshop: February 27, 2017