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How should we supervise qualitative projects?

By A. Madill, B. Gough, R. Lawton and P. Stratton

Abstract

There is a ‘shortfall in numbers of highly skilled qualitative researchers’ says the Economic and Social Research Council (2004). What is psychology doing about it? The Society’s revised syllabus (BPS, 2002) states that students should be able to collect and analyse qualitative (non-numerical) data. The Quality Assessment Agency (QAA, 2002) also specifies that psychology should cover qualitative methods. Therefore, in time, psychology graduates should have the expertise the ESRC needs

Publisher: British Psychological Society
Year: 2005
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.whiterose.ac.uk:1480

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