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Unconf - Open science considerations for researchers working with qualitative data

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Description: Discussions around best practices in open science have focused largely on clarifying expectations and protocols for experimental designs and quantitative datasets. Qualitative research, on the other hand, often works within different research paradigms, and the nature of the data may lead qualitative researchers to ask about issues like the ethics of data sharing and the usefulness of preregistration. Join us to talk about the role of qualitative analyses in addressing replication issues and its positioning in open science practices more generally. We will discuss existing resources for researchers interested in qualitative data analysis, how the open science movement could influence practices in qualitative research, and what quantitative researchers might learn from qualitative researchers about openness.

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Reading List Epistemology Common Paradigms in Qualitative Research (open access) Ontological and Epistemological Foundations of Qualitative Research (open access) Methods General Resources Chapter 6 of Introduction to Community Psychology (open access) Preregistering qualitative research (open access) Interviews and Focus Groups Chapter 13 of Scientific Inquiry in Social Work (open access)...

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