There are a range of qualitative methods used in research.
Transforming understanding in participants that underpins changes in their social circumstances.
Using interview techniques that are qualitative, flexible, loosely structured and constructed creatively.
Cultural Consensus Analysis
Measuring and evaluating cultural beliefs as shared to some extent by a group of individuals.
Interviewing 'elite' groups
Exploring the challenges involved in gaining access to high ranking members of organisations.
Raising questions as to what methods can help to understand the non-verbal.
Reviewing and synthesizing the findings of published reports of qualitative research.
Examining the concept of translation as a form of renarration that participates in constructing the world.
Observation in the workplace
Exploring how observations bring an important dimension to organisational research.
Considering the concept of participatory research, its possibilities and challenges.
Policy document analysis
Introducing some of the processes and principles relevant to the analysis of policy documents.
Practice as Research
Denoting arts practice in academic environments and a broad range of research activity.
Qualitative Comparative Analysis
Offering a new, systematic way of studying configurations of cases.
Quality in Qualitative Research
Using key criteria to assess the quality of qualitative research and the implications.
Conducting interviews about personal or emotionally difficult topics, or researching vulnerable groups.
Thinking about non-human elements in interviews and realising their importance in analyses.
Social Network Analysis
Considering how social networks can be studied and analyzed from a qualitative perspective.