By Edward Blair & Johnny Blair
This chapter addresses the first two steps in the sampling process, defining and framing the population. In this chapter, you will learn the following:
By Simonetta Longhi & Alita Nandi
Panel surveys can be collected for different purposes and, like other surveys, they have different features. In this chapter we discuss the main aspects of panel surveys: who is interviewed, how many times, how the data can be collected. We then give a short…
By Michael Quinn Patton
This chapter concludes the book by addressing ways to enhance the quality and credibility of qualitative analysis. Module 76 discusses and demonstrates analytical processes for enhancing credibility by systematically engaging and questioning the data.…
By Tea T Bengtsson
Drawing on a recent field study in a secure care institution for young offenders, this article analyses how an apparent failure to obtain data was based on pre-established ideals of what ethnographic data are.…
“The analysis of disease risk is often considered via relative risk. The comparison of relative risk estimation methods with “true risk” scenarios has been…
By Dave Collingridge
In my last blog post I mentioned a few advantages to learning R. One of those advantages is that R opens up a world of new data analyses. There are novel techniques available in R that are not found in the ANALYZE drop down menus of SPSS, Stata, and Statistica. Novel techniques in R can be a big help in situations…Continue
Posted by SAGE Publications on January 28, 2015 at 20:35
The UK Data Service is holding an hour-long webinar on the topic of education.
This is a collaborative webinar involving Beate Lichtwardt from the UK Data Service at the University of Essex and Professor Emla Fitzsimons from the Institute of Education, Centre for Longitudinal Studies, at the University College London.
The webinar will showcase data on the topic of education that is available from the UK Data Service and will highlight the research potential of the…Continue
Posted by Helen Johnson on January 20, 2015 at 17:01
Remembering Nayeche and the Gray Bull Engiro: African Storytellers of the Karamoja Plateau and the Plains of Turkana.
By Mustafa Kemal Mirzeler. 2014. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 365 pages.
ISBN: 9781442626317 (soft cover).
Reviewed by Assefa Dibaba, Indiana University
[Word count: 1028…
Posted by Assefa Tefera Dibaba on January 18, 2015 at 16:14
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***Read the event blog here***
Should social science researchers embrace social media and, if we do, what are the implications for our methods and practice?
We know that social media tools are increasingly being used to as part of the social sciences. The nature of these tools means that it is a fast changing environment, with new practices emerging all the time. Despite this, there is limited interaction between practitioners or synthesis of different methods. There are also few opportunities to reflect on the implications of social media tools for our subjects of study, methods and ethics. Our network of methodological innovation brings together academics, researchers and research stakeholders in a community of practice with members drawn from the cutting-edge of academia, market research and applied social research.
The network is led by NatCen Social Research, SAGE and the Oxford Internet Institute, and funded by the NCRM. It’s hosted over several different platforms, including Methodspace, Blogspot, Twitter and YouTube, and will run over 12 months.
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