Lectures and seminars PUF-V Workshop: Doing Thematic Analysis: A practical two-day introduction
18-11-2019 Add to iCal
This two-day course lead by Professor Virginia Braun, visiting from the University of Auckland, is designed to give a hands-on introduction to the doing of thematic analysis, and particularly the reflexive approach developed by Victoria Clarke and Virginia Braun.
The teaching combines a range of pedagogical styles and activities, from mini-lectures through classroom discussion, small-group and individual- class activity, and homework. Through engaging, participants will gain understanding of the potential (and limitations) of thematic analysis, a good grasp of what doing reflexive thematic analysis looks like in practice. Foundational skills related to coding and starting theme development. All these will set them on the path for doing rigorous and theoretically/methodologically coherent analysis.
15 November: Understanding and getting started with TA
09:00-09:30 Focuses on introducing and locating thematic analysis 09:30-10:30 Data for TA ethics, reflexivity and positioning yourself for good TA, understanding coding
11:00-13:00 Starting and developing coding, coding rigor and quality
Homework activity - dataset familiarisation dataset coding
18 November: Developing and finalising analysis
09:00-10:30 Focuses on from coding to themes / (initial) theme generation, mapping for thematic development
11:00-13:00 Theme development & interpretation, rigor and quality in TA, tools and tips for writing up
For registration please email firstname.lastname@example.org by 30 October.