This great resource is a how-to kit for people interested in studying money and finance from ground-up, especially in the developing world. Includes detailed how-to info and reflective discussions of limitations and advantages of each method.
Part of the Qualitative Innovations in CAQDAS (QUIC) project from University of Surrey, this site covers a range of resources for researchers doing software-enabled qualitative data analysis.
Looking for an alternative to Nvivo? Check out this comprehensive resource from USurrey about computational software for qualitative data analysis; discusses loads of different programmes, approaches and methods.
"This four-volume set brings together the most important and influential articles that have been published in this area and which enable the reader to understand the implications of digital technology for all aspects and phases of qualitative research design and dissemination."
Interesting article from the New York Times about the "post-ac" and "alt-ac" scene... "The past few years have seen a surge in efforts to connect Ph.D.’s with gratifying employment outside the ivory tower, and even to rethink doctoral education itself."
Today's guest post is brought to you by three post-docs: Amy Boddy, PhD, Arizona State University, Michelle Kline, PhD, Arizona State University & Simon Fraser University, and Hillary Lenfesty, PhD, Arizona State University Part I. The what, why, and where’s of a postdoc position. When we first spotted graduation on the horizon and realized, “OMG.…
A series of thought-provoking papers on various aspects of social science methodology. Papers on visual methods, mixed methods, event history analysis, partnership research, etc... From the UK's National Centre for Research Methods
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