Colloquium: Demystifying Qualitative Analysis
Date - Thursday, 25th May 2017 - Friday, 26th May 2017 (All Day)
University of Sheffield, Department of Urban Studies and Planning, Winter St, Sheffield S10 2TN
Two day colloquium focused on Qualitative Analysis processes and approaches. Researchers will share their experience with different aspects of qualitative analysis, answer questions about their craft and practice, emphasising how they have dealt with the complexity of the analysis process. The two days will be split between presentations in the morning and discussions in the afternoon. Participants will develop a better understanding of qualitative research analysis approaches and methods, whilst engaging in an active collaborative and multidisciplinary learning experience, focused on a combination of theoretical and practical sessions.
Isis Nunez Ferrera – School of Architecture and the Built Environment, University of Westminster
Kate Pahl – School of Education, University of Sheffield
Malcolm Tait – Urban Studies and Planning, University of Sheffield
Rodolphe Demeestère – Université Paris 1 – Panthéon-Sorbonne, Political Science Department
Ryan Powell- Urban Studies and Planning, University of Sheffield
Sarah Charlton – University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Sarah Jankowitz – Urban Studies and Planning, University of Sheffield
Thomas Goodfellow – Urban Studies and Planning, University of Sheffield
PhD students and/or researchers in different stages of their research currently using qualitative approaches and methods.
Further information and bookings can be found here: http://bit.ly/demystifyingQA
Registration is free, however we do have limited places. Please register before 15th May 2017.
If you have any questions, please contact Célia Macedo (firstname.lastname@example.org).