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Advances in Diary Method for Qualitative Researchers

Date - Friday, 1st December 2017 (All Day)


Course Code EDI-03-16/17-P-R
Organised by The University of Edinburgh
Presenter Dr Ruth Bartlett, Associate Professor, University of Southampton
Date 01/12/2017
Venue Cardiff University,
Glamorgan Building,
Committee Room 1, King Edward VII Avenue
Cardiff
Map View in Google Maps  (CF10 3NN)
Contact Laura Marshall
L.marshall@ed.ac.uk
0131 651 3001
Working week: Monday-Wednesday
Description This advanced training event will help you to use solicited diary method to gather qualitative information. You will learn about gathering, handling, analysing and reporting data sourced through solicited diary method, through real-life diary data, small group work, and mini lectures.

The event will cover the practicalities, as well as the methodological and ethical decisions involved in using solicited diary method, such as getting diaries back, providing financial incentives, protecting the well-being and privacy of diarists and their diaries during the data collection phase, and techniques for analyzing diary data, including visual diaries.  In particular, we will consider how diary method is used and modified with participants who may lack the capacity to write, remember events, or think clearly and logically, including for example young children, adults with learning disabilities, people with dementia, and people living in low income countries

Course will run from 9.30am-4pm

Level Intermediate (some prior knowledge)
Cost £30 per day for UK/EU registered students
• £60 per day for staff at UK/EU academic institutions, UK/EU Research Councils researchers, UK/EU public sector staff and staff at UK/EU registered charity organisations and recognised UK/EU research institutions.
• £220 per day for all other participants

Website and registration
Region Wales
Keywords Visual Methods, Qualitative Approaches (other), Diary Method,  Advanced Technologies
Related publications and presentations Visual Methods
Qualitative Approaches (other)