Visual Analysis using Qualitative Software is an introductory methodological seminar designed to help participants plan for the analysis of visual data - still images and video recordings. It's funded by the National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM) and discusses theoretical and methodological contexts for the analysis of visual data – e.g. Activity Theory, Grounded Theory and Qualitative Content Analysis – as well as illustrating and critiquing software tools – including ATLAS.ti, NVivo, Transana and Media Players such as Windows Media Player, Quick Time Player, imovie.
Date: Friday 16 March 2012
Venue: University of Surrey
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A Grounded Theory (GT) Trouble Shooting Seminar will help researchers to conceptualise their data and offer you the opportunity to learn more about Grounded Theory.
Academy of Marketing, UK - Special Interest Group (SIG): Qualitative Inquiry/Methodology, Glyndwr University;
Grounded Theory Institute (GTI), Mill Valley, California, USA.
Monday to Wednesday, 6th-8th February 2012
Catrin Finch Conference Centre, Plas Coch Mold Road, the Glyndwr University campus in Wrexham, LL11 2AW, North Wales, UK
I came across this video about research methodology. In the Week 3 clip, it includes an introduction to Grounded Theory. I like the way they explain methodology.
If I'm right, the online research methodology material is for the course PPSY 572, Psychology graduates at Azusa Pacific University. This course surveys the major social science research methods, preparing students to read, understand, and evaluate psychological research.
This training course is aimed at researchers, postgraduate students and professionals with little or no experience of Grounded Theory (and qualitative research) and those who require more formal guidance on the process of doing Grounded Theory.
Venue: Frenchay Campus, University of the West of England, Bristol
Gregory, R.W. (2011). "Design Science Research and the Grounded Theory Method: Characteristics, Differences, and Complementary Uses". In: Heinzl, A., et al. (eds.). Theory-Guided Modeling and Empiricism in Information Systems Research, pp.111-128. London: Springer Physica-Verlag.
Wolfswinkel, J.F., et al. (2011). "Using grounded theory as a method for rigorously reviewing literature". European Journal of Information Systems, 29 November.
AMCIS (Americas Conference on Information Systems) 2012 - Reflect and Redefine: Designing the Digital Future, organised by the Association for Information Systems, August 9-12 2012, the Sheraton Seattle Hotel, Seattle, Washington.
Its Tracks and Minitracks - Research Methods section calls Grounded Theory papers based on either the Glaserian school (Glaser, 1978, 1998; Glaser & Strauss, 1967) or the Straussian school (Strauss, 1987; Strauss & Corbin, 1990, 1997, 1998).
Began accepting manuscript submissions on January 3, 2012. Deadline for submissions is March 1, 2012.