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Exploring the Diversity of Forms of Qualitative Analysis

The sixth workshop in the main training package.

  • 18 May 2022, 10.00am to 18 May 2022, 12.00pm BST (GMT +01:00)
  • This is an online event.
  • This event is free

The Centre for Qualitative Research is running a series of SWDTP-Funded Bespoke Qualitative Training Workshops.

This workshop is part of the main training package. The main training package focuses on from planning to product: the process of conducting qualitative research. This will consist of a series of 7 bespoke online seminars delivered monthly to up to 50 students by collaborators across the SWDTP universities. View an overview of all workshops in the series.


Registration for the Core Training Package is available here

Summary of Workshop 6

This session will help you learn how to select a form of qualitative analysis that is suitable for your research aims. We will do this by examining a single data set through the lens of both content and discourse analysis.

Workshop leader

Dr Olivia Brown is a Research Associate in the School of Management, University of Bath. Liv is a social and organisational psychologist whose research focuses on how inter and intra-group processes influence individual and collective behaviour, both online and offline.

Dr Ioannis Costas-Batlle is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Education at the University of Bath (UK), where he is Deputy-Director of the Centre for Qualitative Research. His research qualitatively explores non-formal and informal education in relation to young people’s lives, focusing on youth groups, youth sport, charities, and young people not in education, employment or training.

Dr Sophia Hatzisavvidou is a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in the Department of Politics, Languages and International Studies at the University of Bath (UK). She uses qualitative methods to study the uses of scientific evidence in political discourse; the different (and competing) ecopolitical discourses that emerge in response to the ecological emergency; and the place of ‘justice’ in these proposals .

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