Search Results for Category: Video and Category: Methods Type

Studying Online Communities: Ethics & Virtual Ethnography

Collaboration is a MethodSpace focus for December. We will look at the various types of collaboration that engage researchers and academic writers.  Online communities offer opportunities to study ways people communicate and collaborate. Researchers have a number of logistical and ethical challenges to address when planning such studies. Considerations vary depending on whether the community […]

Categories: Data Collection, Ethics, Focus Series, Qualitative, Uncategorised, Video

Tags: Collaboration, Ethics, SAGE Research Methods Video

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Video: Key Skills in Writing a Qualitative Research Proposal

“No matter what your research goal, all research proposals present three common elements,” says qualitative methodology professor Nathan Durdella in the video segment below. “These are the introduction, the background or literature review, and the approach or methodology.” Durdella is an associate professor at California State University Northridge where he teaches graduate-level courses in action […]

Categories: MentorSpace, Qualitative, SAGE Posts, Video

Tags: Research Design, SRM Video

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Archived Webinar: Tips for Student Success With Data

“I’ve found,” says Diana Aleman, assistant editor of SAGE Stats and MethodSpace blogger, “that students are consistently being called upon to pull data and/or statistics into their projects all the time. … Students are having a lot of trouble using the data sets that they’ve found and using them effectively in their projects or in […]

Categories: Big Data, Editorial, MentorSpace, Quantitative, SAGE Posts, Tools and Resources, Video

Tags: Data Discovery, Libraries

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Archived Webinar: Presenting Data Effectively

Crystal clear graphs, slides, and reports are valuable – they save an audience’s mental energies, keep a reader engaged, and make you look smart. This webinar held on June 6, 2017, covers the science behind presenting data effectively and will leave viewers with direct, pointed changes that can be immediately administered to significantly increase impact. […]

Categories: Big Data, MentorSpace, Quantitative, SAGE Posts, Tools and Resources, Video

Tags: Data Visualization, Stephanie Evergreen, Webinar

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Video: Running Focus Groups

Focus groups are a form of qualitative research in which the researcher generates the data through an open, but directed, discussion with a small group of participants. In this video – which you can watch for free by clicking here —  qualitative researcher Carol McNaughton Nicholls discusses but the behind-the-scenes aspects of running a focus […]

Categories: Qualitative, Tools and Resources, Video

Tags: Focus Groups, SAGE Research Methods Video

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Seeing and Hearing the Problem: Using Video in Qualitative Research

The world told is a different world to the world shown. – Günter Kress ,  2003 Within a nanosecond of the emergence of new communications technology, some intrepid researcher will try to find a way to use it as a part of their inquiries. As a case in point, the first anthropological film fragment was shot […]

Categories: Methods Type, Qualitative, Tools and Resources, Video

Tags: Janet Salmons, Video Research

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Video: ‘Big Data New Skills’ Panel at RC33

How will innovations in research methods and the new data environment impact teaching and research? That was the underlying question during a panel discussion hosted by SAGE Publishing at the 9th International Conference on Social Science Methodology. The conference, held every four years under the auspices of the International Sociological Association  Research Committee RC33 on […]

Categories: Big Data, Quantitative, Video

Tags: International Sociological Association, RC33

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