Qualitative Methods in Practice Seminar Series - Coding: Sherlock Holmes or Hercule Poirot?
Duration1 hour 30 minutes
Team Researcher Academy
This course is delivered by the Researcher Academy
Qualitative Methods in Practice: Coding: Sherlock Holmes or Hercule Poirot?
Target Audience: PGRs and ECRs who are interested in learning more about the application of qualitative research methods.
Process: Webinar - Presentation and discussion
Speaker: Dr Corentin Curchod & Prof Laurie Cohen
After a brief presentation about coding in the research process, we will do a hands-on exercise and identify some good practices for inductive coding. The objective of the session is to encourage you to reflect on how to best use qualitative data in a research project. In particular, is coding primarily about searching for clues (Sherlock Holmes) or using intuition (Hercule Poirot)? Data tend to speak by themselves, but we sometimes fail to listen to them. Coding is the process of listening to the data and helping them reveal what they have to say.
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