Tag Archives: Qualitative research

Identity signalling

We compete for status in almost every domain of our lives.

Our identities are more malleable than we care to admit.

We perform ourselves to ourselves. Continue reading

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Knowledge frameworks in qual: Jon Chandler’s seven pillars of wisdom (IMJR 55/5)

Jon Chandler’s article Seven pillars of wisdom: the idea of qualitative research made me pick up a copy of the IMJR for the first time. Continue reading

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Let the evidence fit the theory

Michael Rosen’s Word of mouth on Radio 4 focused on the uses and abuses of texting.As broadcasting attack-dog John Humphries put it, texters are: “…vandals who are doing to our language what Genghis Khan did to his neighbours eight hundred years ago…They are destroying it: pillaging our punctuation; savaging our sentences; raping our vocabulary. And they must be stopped.” Continue reading

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Qual research in a slide

Qual research in a slide

With thanks to Siamack Salari

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