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ABEN Qual Research SIG Webinar (The Messiness of Qualitative Research: Get Used to It) - Shared screen with speaker view
Annemarieshka Barton
17:33
Happy to have it recorded. :)
Renay
21:22
Nice & rainy in Caloundra :)
Howard Harris
27:05
The first definition applies ‘at the second decade of this new century’. Rigour says QIR is about to reach its use by date if that defn is followed. I doubt that Bernard thinks that. I do not.
Alena Golyagina
29:19
We are justifying ourselves because reviewers are not aware of other ontologies/epistemologies and ask for expansion of methodology sections.
Howard Harris
32:49
Many student HDR advice departments/units seem to promote the inclusion of these items. And students seem to believe the advisers over the supervisors.
Harsh Suri
41:14
Another metaphor that my colleagues with a Chemistry background find deeply problematic is ‘crystallisation’ which essentially refers to the process of distillation until the core concentrate is left. This is very different from the way qualitative researchers use it:)
Heather
41:22
Please post comments and we will do our best to answer/discuss in the chat or come back to Bernard towards the end of the session (just due to the time limitations)
Heather
43:12
Absolutely … re crystallisation - the qual positioning (dendritic etc) is so different to the distilling down in chemistry
Howard Harris
55:47
…as a chemical engineer…crystals do not have infinite shapes and crystallisation is a purification process
Howard Harris
56:54
Why not look at what the judge did?
Vince Sherry
01:06:20
Many of these issues just mentioned are when you commission the powerful and wealthy and sometimes corrupt that have vested interests in the status quo (usually where major social problems start eg wealth distribution, poverty etc) to solve major social problems. The philanthropy paradox
Harsh Suri
01:07:20
Good point Vince. This is where I find Bernard’s problematisation of postmodern nihilism useful.
Yunxia Zhu
01:12:16
What do you think about the some of the ethical codifications for exporting companies. It seems to me some of these principle are related to morality (e.g., no child Labour, working hours, etc.)
Alena Golyagina
01:12:52
Are research paradigms incommensurable?
Harsh Suri
01:14:30
Walker and Evers in their Chapter on Issues in Educational Research provide an interesting discussion on three approaches to incommensurability between paradigms.
Alena Golyagina
01:16:34
Thank you
Yunxia Zhu
01:16:38
One more question about ethical code of conduct as above. Thanks.
Sanjukta Choudhury Kaul
01:17:09
Please can you enable CC options
Sanjukta Choudhury Kaul
01:17:54
Thank you very much
Heather
01:18:05
1. Oktaviani reading 2. Robinson and 3. Fein & McKenna
Harsha Sarvaiya
01:19:22
I am still searching
Belinda Rae
01:20:14
i don't see a break out room option
Harsha Sarvaiya
01:20:15
Go with Robinson
Harsh Suri
01:40:01
That’s where reflexivity is critical in qual research
Harsh Suri
01:42:27
It also relates to the notion of transferability
Alain Neher
01:43:22
Many thanks Bernard for your great overview and Harsh and Heather for organising. This was very beneficial session. Apologies, I have to go to another meeting. Thank you!
Alena Golyagina
01:44:42
Thank you , Bernard!!!
Yunxia Zhu
01:45:08
Than you very much!
E-Lucia Würsch
01:45:19
Thank you so much for this session!
Clare JM
01:45:22
Thank you Bernard, Harsh and Heather!