About the resource:
This web resource comprised materials from a series of four seminars and a 2 day conference focusing on the development of approaches to archiving and reusing data. The web resource created out of the project was a record of the workshops and the conference that were run as part of the series,'Archiving and Reusing Qualitative Data: Theory, Method and Ethics Across Disciplines'.
The archived materials include papers, powerpoints and abstracts of presentations at these events, as well as links to subsequent and related publications (see Archived Documents link).
- Niamh Moore (PI), University of Manchester
The project Archiving and Reusing Qualitative Data: Theory, Method and Ethics Across Disciplines was funded as a Network for Methodological Innovation, by the National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM). Five events were run between April 2008 and March 2009. The series brought together sociologists, anthropologists, historians, archivists and a range of others interested in the issues raised by the archiving and reuse of qualitative data. The events were organized by a network of academics and archivists from the Universities of Essex, Manchester and Sussex.
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This resource was included in ReStore on 2010-11-20, updated on 2012-05-29 and archived on 2022-07-20
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