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SAGE is trying to improve and update its list of current methods of analysis (both quantitative and qualitative) to bring it in line with changing fashions and new innovations of analysis, and is also interested in supporting each method with new teaching and learning resources such as teaching datasets, videos abd other analytic tools. Please have a look at the list in the pdf below and let us know your thoughts on the list and what may need adding to it to make it genuinely complete (and…See More
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What's missing from SAGE's list of methods of analysis?

SAGE is trying to improve and update its list of current methods of analysis (both quantitative and qualitative) to bring it in line with changing fashions and new innovations of analysis, and is also interested in supporting each method with new teaching and learning resources such as teaching datasets, videos abd other analytic tools.

 

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Posted on November 26, 2013 at 12:24

New members, please tell us your thoughts of methodspace.

Hi, if you have had a chance to look around methodspace.com, please tell us your thoughts. Is it well laid out? Is the content that most interests you easy to find and use? Are there any additional features or functions you would like to see added to the site? Do you think it will be popular with your colleagues? Please tell us.

Posted on February 19, 2009 at 11:20

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At 10:41 on July 15, 2010, Rachel Jarvie said…
Hello Patrick, I appear to be leaving comments all over the place...but I am wondering if you went to Sussex University???
At 10:33 on March 16, 2010, Ruth Garside said…
Hello Patrick! This looks promising.... Cheers
Ruth
At 11:04 on February 10, 2010, Muhammad Zubir said…
Hi Patrick..Thanks for the info, .it's really useful to me....Hope to get the valuable discussion in the QR issues. .My research will be in the area of Strategic Managment and using the Grounded Theory and RBV as a method. Hope to share and get more knowledge in Qualitative Research.51 seconds ago
At 14:23 on October 2, 2009, Annie Irvine said…
Thanks Patrick. Yes indeed this is what I'm finding. It seems that in the relatively shorter number of years since Online qual interviewing became a possibility, there's been much more discussion of this mode than there ever was of qual interviewing by phone!
At 9:25 on July 14, 2009, Rabiya Majeed said…
Hey Patrick, I've done my blogs. Off to Spain tomoro for Bennicassim so will be in touch with you when I'm back ad have had chance to paroose that book catalogue! Take care.
At 14:47 on April 28, 2009, Dr Jill Jameson said…
Hi Patrick,

Thanks so much for your reply. I checked out this Sage book by Helen Simons and can see it's there on the Waterstone's site:
https://www.waterstones.com/waterstonesweb/displayProductDetails.do?sku=6434106

Looks really interesting and as you say has just recently been published. I'll get a copy - thank you!

Best,
Jill
At 11:52 on April 22, 2009, Kate Orton-Johnson said…
Hi Patrick - thanks for the welcome - the site looks great and should be really useful. Hope all is well with you

Best
Kate
At 7:40 on April 16, 2009, Mark Davis said…
Hi Patrick, many thanks for the invite. I'm using ning as the platform for the new Bauman Institute webforum, so I'm somewhat familiar with navigating the site. I'll involve myself in discussions in due course. All bests, Mark
At 18:53 on April 13, 2009, Gavin John Douglas Smith said…
Hi Patrick, thanks for the add/welcome. Happy Easter to you! I think the site is fantastic and a great way of bringing methodologists together. I shall certainly be recommending the site to my students and will comment more fully re additions once I become more familiar. Best wishes, Gavin
At 15:10 on March 27, 2009, Kaisa Puustinen said…
Hi Patrick,

I think Methodspace.com already looks really good and I can see it becoming a really useful tool. It is excellent that there is a possibility for starting topic specific discussion groups! Of course it is also great to have an outlet for general methods related ramblings as well ;) Pass my congrats to the rest of the SAGE Methodspace.com team. Regards, Kaisa
 
 
 

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