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Teaching Qualitative Research Methods with ATLAS.ti: Beyond Data Analysis

Authors: Trena M. Paulus (University of Georgia) and Ann Bennet (University of Tennessee).


During the spring, summer and fall 2013 semesters, graduate students in qualitative methods courses were required to use ATLAS.ti as a project management tool for their semester’s work in order to develop the skills they would need to continue its use during the thesis phase of their programs. 3,555 more words


A number of methods to decor your naked wall !!!

It’s superb how clean partitions are reworked when virtually something is held on them! They instantly burst to life, making a room really feel homey and lived in relatively than sterile and impersonal.  18 more words

The spectre of materialisation

To archaeologists and anthropologists ‘materialisation’ is the embedding of an abstract meaning into a solid, physical thing (see DeMarrais et al 1996).  A wedding ring might be seen as the materialisation of romantic sentiment or legal binding.   669 more words


Geertz, C. 1974. "'From the Native's Point of View': On the Nature of Anthropological Understanding."

Geertz, Clifford. 1974. “’From the Native’s Point of View’: On the Nature of Anthropological Understanding.” Bulletin of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 28(1): 26-45. 354 more words

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Confusion Matrices Confuse me

I will admit that even though I’ve had a few courses on land use/cover classification and accuracy assessments during my Master and PhD, I always get confused about what user and producer accuracy are, and even more so what Kappa is. 203 more words


Go On! TOMORROW: Implications of Vichy and Third Reich legal discourse for contemporary law (Cardozo Law, 6 pm)

Tomorrow, October 30th, the Holocaust, Genocide and Human Rights (HGHR) Program at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law presents a discussion “On the Implications for Contemporary Law and Legal Scholarship of Vichy and Third Reich Judicial Discourse.” The event will begin at 6 pm at 55 Fifth Avenue. 123 more words

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Sustainable Technology lecture by Michael Ashby

The lecture room was completely full and overflowing to hear Professor Michael Ashby from Cambridge University give the EPFL Materials Science and Engineering Distinguished Lecture “What is Sustainable Technology? 733 more words