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Helen Brooks
,
Penny Bee
, and
Anne Rogers

A Research Handbook for Patient and Public Involvement Researchers Chapter 7: Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods Helen Brooks, Penny Bee and Anne Rogers Chapter overview The term ‘qualitative research’ encompasses a wide range of different methods. What underpins these is a shared aim of understanding the meaning people attribute to experiences in their lives. It has been defined as an ‘interpretive approach concerned with understanding the meanings which people attach to actions, decisions, beliefs, values within their social world’ (Ritchie and

in A research handbook for patient and public involvement researchers
Martyn Hammersley

5 The influence of ethnomethodology on qualitative research methods As I indicated in earlier chapters, ethnomethodology arose, in large part, from Garfinkel’s concern with some fundamental methodological problems facing social science. It should not be surprising, then, that one of the fields where his work has had the greatest impact has been that of research methodology. Yet, Garfinkel himself has written very little that could be classified as falling under this heading. In the 1960s and 1970s, many sociologists – and researchers in other areas – had their

in The radicalism of ethnomethodology
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Oral history, far right research, and the paradox of the ‘vocal minority’
Imo Kaufman

. Designing Qualitative Research . London : SAGE Publications . Halberstam , J. 2011 . The Queer Art of Failure . Durham, NC : Duke University Press . Hall , S. 2011 . ‘ The Neo-Liberal Revolution ’, Cultural Studies , 25 ( 6 ), 705–728 . Kimmel , M

in The ethics of researching the far right
critical qualitative and ethnographic perspectives on the academies experiment

Inside the English education lab shows how critical qualitative methodologies work to illuminate and interrogate the everyday life of England’s privatised educational landscape. England has garnered a global reputation as a key proponent of education policy reforms defined by high-stakes accountability, claims of greater school autonomy and a centralised governance structure. Qualitative and ethnographic methods with their focus on practices unfolding over time and across particular situated spaces considers academisation in ways that depart from benchmarks and Ofsted ratings. The collection counters academisation’s contradictory assertion that quantitative data is the singular measure of value. The book makes a pivotal contribution to gauging some of the social and cultural effects of academisation through its reflexive focus on the practical ambiguities and incongruities that result as policy translates into practice. It explores how academisation (re)positions policies and publics through new modes of governance, it examines strategies employed by students and teachers in situ, and interrogates how institutions are being produced through space, discourse and practice. This is the first book to bring together innovative new qualitative research on academies and free schools by early career academics. The research traverses numerous geographical and social contexts within England. It provides a valuable viewpoint that reaches beyond policy claims and rhetoric by focusing on the everyday and often ambiguous practices operating within England’s rapidly academising education system.

Sara Wong

Baily , A. ( 2019 ), The Art of Peace: The Value of Culture in Post-Conflict Recovery (The British Council) . Nunn , C. ( 2020 ), ‘ The Participatory Arts-Based Research Project as an Exceptional Sphere of Belonging ’, Qualitative Research , 22 : 2 , 251 – 68 , doi: 10

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs
Amanda Alencar
and
Julia Camargo

Migration Review online , 58 , 39 – 42 , https://www.peiglobal.org/sites/pei/themes/pei/kc_files/Ayoubi%20and%20Saavedra%202018.pdf (accessed 15 April 2022 ). Boeije , H. ( 2010 ), Analysis in Qualitative Research ( London : Sage

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs
An Interview with Irina Mützelburg (October 2022)
Brendan Lawson
,
Joël Glasman
, and
Irina Mützelburg

inhabitants’ safety and reduced their possibilities of mobility. It is likely that some of the Ukrainians who came to Russia fled there ‘voluntarily’ in the context of limited choice. They may have chosen to flee to a place that was closer to their homes and that they already knew, where they spoke the language, and where they might find accommodation and support from relatives. Qualitative research is needed to understand their motivations. Moreover, we now know that depending on the time and location

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs
Hakim Khaldi

postings of journalists, activists, analysts and armed groups on the internet. I also carried out qualitative research through interviews with different protagonists: in the north-west, with members of the Union of Medical Care and Relief Organizations (UOSSM) 2 – including one of the founders – and with MSF’s Head of Emergencies in Paris when the first relief operations were put in place in 2011 and 2012, as well as with the different MSF coordinators in charge

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs
Insight from Northeast Nigeria
Chikezirim C. Nwoke
,
Jennifer Becker
,
Sofiya Popovych
,
Mathew Gabriel
, and
Logan Cochrane

analyses a project in a protracted emergency context of northeast Nigeria to assess if gender transformative outcomes might be occurring. Notably, this is a volatile humanitarian context, despite being protracted, wherein new, large displacements were occurring throughout the time period, including during the project implementation cycle. Using a qualitative research approach, this study sought to examine if such outcomes were emerging, despite the challenging context of not only a conflict but also a global pandemic. We find indications of changes to decision

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs
Emma Tomalin
and
Olivia Wilkinson

more robust design for the Bridge Builder Model, supported by evidence, so that it can be more confidently replicated and scaled up, but also to gather data that are frequently lost in humanitarian work that can contribute to a locally informed understanding of the relationships between LFAs and the international humanitarian system to improve localisation initiatives and the localisation process. The qualitative research comprised the following three elements: first, the analysis of

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs