The Methodology Club works as a networking and discussion forum for researchers and PhD students applying qualitative methods and/or a combination of qualitative and quantitative methods in their projects.
The Methodology Club meets 4 times each semester. Every meeting will have a special focus on specific themes connected to relevant methodical and analytical issues.
The themes of the meetings are based on suggestions of the participants. A senior researcher is present at each meeting. The discussions at the meetings may take departure in a published text or be based on the participants’ own material – i.e. sound clips from interviews, transcriptions etc. We encourage participants to engage in and initiate discussions at the meetings.
The Methodology Club is for PhD students as well as for their supervisors and other interested researchers.
Participants must sign up for each meeting by email to: Lisbeth Rosenbek Minet, Post doc at the University of Southern Denmark, Lisbeth.firstname.lastname@example.org
NB! No ECTS-points are given for the participation in the Methodology Club.
Program for spring 2017:
- Wednesday 8 February at 2pm - 4pm in The Library, Entrance no. 108, OUH: Jeanet Lemche - Diskursanalyse
- Thursday 16 March at 2pm - 4pm in WP 19, 3rd floor - room 432: Cornelius Myburgh - Conducting a systematic synthesis of literature using Daly’s
Hierarchy of evidence appraisal- experiences from an ongoing review of recovery across Musculoskeletal disorders
- Thursday 20 April at 2pm - 4pm in WP 19.11: Eva Lærkner - Analyse af feltnoter og interview ud fra interpretive description
- Tuesday 23 May at 2pm - 4pm in WP 19.15: Kathrine Rayce - TBA