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?
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
The following video is an extract from the “From zero to NVIVO” online course. In the video, I show the very basics of creating codes in NVivo. Feel free to ask me questions about NVivo, enrol in the course, or book private training with me! You can access the full course HERE https://youtu.be/e_i9x4McUHM … Continue reading Video – The basics of creating codes in NVivo
In this video, I reflect on the role of the researcher's assumptions in qualitative research. Is it desirable to have assumptions about what you will find in the data? Can these assumptions be harmful to your study and its validity? Can we even Not have any assumptions? I answer these questions and provide an … Continue reading Video – the role of assumptions in research
A lot has been said on Positivism and Interpretivism, and nowadays you can find a number of sources (academic books and journals, as well as blog posts and Youtube videos) about these, and other worldviews. In the video below, I briefly explain the differences between Positivism and Interpretivism. I also reflect on how important it … Continue reading Video – Positivism and Interpretivism explained (briefly)