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'Practical, sensible and timely guide, inspiring teachers, researchers and students to work creatively with the wealth of archived qualitative data now freely available to us'.
Rachel Thomson, Professor of Childhood and Youth Studies, University of Sussex
This book confirms the standing of QSA securely within the mainstream of social science methods. It provides detailed chapters based on recent research using QSA, such as longitudinal QSA , nuanced comparative analysis, and blending existing with newly generated qualitative data. Fundamental ethical challenges that arise when repurposing data (e.g., the absence of explicit consent for reuse) are reviewed, and possible ways forward proposed. Instructors in need of a clear, accessible introduction to QSA for use in a methodology course will be well satisfied.
Chapters from this book (2,4,6) will make the core reading for PGT unit ( An introduction to social science research). The reasons are:
1. Relevance to the content I wish to cover in the sessions
2. Being a recent resource
3. Being able to offer students further information by referring them to only one resource (rather than chapters from different books or different articles)
Put on the reading list for students