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Tag Archives: research methods

  1. Three hot takes on the (wrong-headed) assumptions that incoming undergraduates and graduates have research skills November 29, 2020

    Posted in academia, teaching.

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  2. On themes, codes and the importance of doing analytical writing in qualitative research methods February 2, 2020

    Posted in academia.

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  3. “From Notes to Narrative: Writing Ethnographies that Everyone Can Read” – (my reading notes) August 29, 2019

    Posted in academia.

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  4. The Craft of Research (Booth, Colomb, Williams) – 3rd Edition – my reading notes July 17, 2019

    Posted in academia.

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  5. The Coding Manual for Qualitative Researchers (my reading notes) May 1, 2019

    Posted in academia, research, research methods, writing.

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  6. Case Studies and Theory Development in the Social Sciences (my reading notes) September 29, 2018

    Posted in academia, research, research methods.

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  7. Qualitative research is empirical research – stop equating “empirical” with quantitative September 10, 2018

    Posted in academia, research methods.

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  8. Interview Research in Political Science (Layna Mosley, Ed) – my reading notes September 7, 2018

    Posted in academia, research, research methods, teaching.

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  9. Developing research questions June 27, 2018

    Posted in academia.

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  10. Tales of the Field. On Writing Ethnography (Van Maanen, 2011) August 17, 2016

    Posted in academia, research methods.

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  11. How to do a literature review: Citation tracing, concept saturation and results’ mind-mapping June 15, 2016

    Posted in academia, research, research methods.

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  12. On the power of ethnography in public policy research August 1, 2015

    Posted in academia, writing.

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  13. Measuring influence in domestic and international environmental politics March 16, 2009

    Posted in environmental NGOs, influence, measurement.

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