In this video, I reflect on the real purpose of the Literature Review chapter, apart from the most obvious one - reviewing the literature. I also talk about something that many, regardless of whether they are writing a dissertation, a thesis, or an academic article, tend to forget - that in this situation, when you … Continue reading What to include in the Literature Review chapter?
"Arguably, in qualitative educational research, we, as researchers, sometimes underestimate our power and can be guilty of underestimating the power of our participants too and the rich data they provide. This is why I believe that these power relations should be clearly and unequivocally stated and them embraced as part of the research process where … Continue reading Researcher’s place and identity in Qualitative Research
When I was a PhD student, I was lucky enough to have a supervisor who constantly encouraged me to get involved in a variety of activities which I did not, at the time, perceive as being relevant to my main concern – writing my thesis. She encouraged me to submit my first conference paper, to … Continue reading Dr Kriukow’s guide to how to boost your job prospects while studying
In the video below, I reflect on some issues related to citing. Enjoy 🙂 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obELgYC8H8Q
A great lecture on qualitative data analysis delivered to the University of Edinburgh’s students
“In 1991, a Miami woman walking through the lobby of an office building casually noticed two men standing together. Several minutes after her departure, the men murdered a person working in the building. Police investigators determined that the woman was the only person who had observed the two suspects and could possibly describe them. In … Continue reading Cognitive Interview