We have a range of workshops running in February, open to Postgraduate Research Students and Early Career Researchers at UN. They include short 2 hour workshops in qualitative and quantitative data analysis, a CV workshop and bibliometrics. Longer sessions include a presentation skills day for those of you presenting at conferences this year, plus Hugh Kearns will be visiting us again to help you tackle self-sabotage – procrastination, ‘too busy’ syndrome and disorganisation. His seminar will help you to understand why your thesis or research isn’t getting done and what you can do about it. Read the rest of this entry
The morning workshop will look in depth at both interviewing participants and using focus groups. The afternoon workshop will cover the ethical and practical issues of working with children. Both workshops will be held in Sunley Conference Centre.
The workshops are open to any student currently registered on a research degree programme or early career researchers at the University of Northampton.
Booking is via eventbrite:
There are just a few places left on Jane’s intensive 2-day workshop, which will explore different forms of interpretation in qualitative research, drawing on phenomenological approaches and Interpretive Interactionism to work with a range of textual, visual and spatial materials.
The workshop is open to any student currently registered on a research degree programme or any Early Career Researchers at the University of Northampton. If you are interested in attending please book here.
On February 4th-5th, Jane will be running a workshop on “Doing Discourse”, exploring the theoretical underpinnings of a discursive approach to qualitative analysis. Discursive analysis can be applied to text, visual images and ethnographic material. Throughout the two days, students will explore how language, space and visual material intersect in the production of discursive practice.
The second workshop, on May 13th-14th, will explore different forms of interpretation in qualitative research. Students will draw on phenomenological approaches, and Interpretive Interactionism, to work with a range of textual, visual and spatial materials.
Both workshops are ready for booking. They will be open to students outside of UoN so do book soon, as there are limited places. Further details can be found below, just click on the course titles for more information and to book: