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We explore the ethnography method of research in part four of our series about qualitative research methods.
In part three of our series about qualitative research methods, we move on to qualitative observation, including its pros and cons.
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Qualitative research is a type of social science research that involves collecting and analyzing non-numerical data. Qualitative research methods are helpful for gaining an in-depth understanding of human behaviour and the reasons that govern such behaviour. The main goal of qualitative research is to provide a detailed and comprehensive description of a phenomenon rather than to test a hypothesis. This research type has numerous benefits, which we'll discuss in this post.
As you might know, qualitative research methods can be traced as far back as the early 19th century. It has since developed into different research methodologies. In this short newsletter article, we describe three popular qualitative research methodologies that might be useful in your projects. It is important to note this article only offers a high-level overview of these qualitative research methods. Please follow the links for further information regarding the three noted qualitative research methods.
The integration tool allows you to create a new project from the data of several projects. This feature also enables you to establish equivalences between the leaves of your projects. These equivalencies are then used to reproduce the fragments of the reference projects and code them in the new project leaves, allowing you to amalgamate several project codifications in a few seconds.
Qualitative Data Analysis software allows users to organize and analyze large amounts of qualitative data they have collected. Qualitative data can be anything non-numerical gathered from various sources such as, but not limited to surveys, interviews, emails, notes, phone calls, and public policy documents and plans. It can be difficult for a researcher to organize the vast amount of qualitative data they have collected, and this is the problem Qualitative Data Analysis software seeks to solve.
Some of you may not know it, but LiGRE was designed specifically for teamwork. In LiGRE, you can have up to nine team members in a single project. This new video shows how to invite team members to your projects, define their roles and privileges, and assign them tasks.
Good news! You can now import results from web surveys into your qualitative data analysis projects. Once your file is imported, each entry is converted into a document that can be coded and compared with other data. This new feature is particularly useful for analyzing the content of open ended questions. Once coded, the data can be analyzed within the application or exported to SPSS.
Every student and researcher knows that producing quality qualitative research takes time and money. However, you can ease these burdens by becoming a LiGRE ambassador. To do so, all you need to do is post a short text or video in which you describe how LiGRE's features helped you with your research. Once an ambassador, you will be able to use the Researcher plan and its premium benefits for free for an entire year.
LiGRE's Laboratory is a cloud-based platform dedicated to teaching qualitative data analysis. It offers all of LiGRE's regular QDA features, plus it allows you to prepare your lessons, share and discuss educational content with your students, monitor their progress, and assist them throughout their work.
It is not always necessary to spend money to reach your goals. What type of qualitative research project can you complete using only LiGRE's free features? The LiGRE team has looked into this question.