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Transform your qualitative data into an overview!

Qualitative Analysis: from Interviews to Results

The course will assist students in developing their specific capacities and will enable them to transform their own qualitative data (interviews, observations, focus group data, document analysis, newspapers etc.) into an overview of clear and definable findings.

This online course aims to equip you with the basic knowledge and practical know-how to conduct qualitative research. After an introduction to the various forms of qualitative research (e.g., ethnographic, semantic, content analysis) and a discussion of the pros and cons, we’ll explore the practical techniques for conducting qualitative analysis. We will provide a brief insight into the most crucial steps of qualitative analysis, after which students will take on their own data using what they’ve just learned to inform their work.

Learning objectives

By the end of the course, students will:

  • Have an insight into the nature and characteristics of qualitative data, and will be able to discuss its various forms and its strengths and weaknesses.
  • Have the knowledge and capacity of working through the various steps necessary to carry out qualitative analysis, and evaluating these critically.
  • Be able to develop their specific capacities which will enable them to transform their own qualitative data (interviews, observations, focus group data, document analysis, newspapers etc.) into an overview of clear and definable findings.

Christine Teelken

Christine Teelken

Christine Teelken works as an associate professor at the VU Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands. She is member of management team of the department of Organization Sciences, and coordinates a bachelor and masters' program. She is link convenor of the ECER network 22, research in higher education since 2014 and member of the OECD project group 'research precariat'.  Her research focusses on (post) academic careers such as postdoctoral researchers, and gender diversity in academia. She has published widely in a range of journals in the field of higher education (Studies in Higher Education, Higher Education, Research in Higher Education) and Governance sciences. Since August 2020, she is editor for Higher Education Quarterly.

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