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Table Of Contents
List of Figures List of Tables List of Boxes Acknowledgements Case Contributors Orientation Part One: The Principles of the Five-Level QDA Method Chapter 1: Strategies and tactics Chapter 2: Developing objectives and analytic plans (Levels 1 & 2) Chapter 3: Translating analytic tasks into software tools (Levels 3, 4, & 5) Part Two: The Five-Level QDA Method in Practice Chapter 4: Orientation to NVivo Chapter 5: The architecture of NVivo Chapter 6: Mastering the process of translation Part Three: Case Illustrations Chapter 7: Orientation to case illustrations Chapter 8: Case illustration - An exploratory literature review Chapter 9: Case illustration - A program evaluation Appendices Appendix 1: Three levels of detail of analytic tasks Appendix 2: Five analytic activities Appendix 3: Examples of units in analytic tasks Appendix 4: Identifying the units of analytic tasks Appendix 5: Identifying the purpose of analytic tasks Index
Nicholas H. Woolf has worked fulltime as an independent qualitative research consultant, coach, and trainer since 1998. He has conducted or consulted to numerous research studies, from single-site to multi-national studies in various fields in the behavioral sciences using a wide range of methodologies, from highly structured content analyzes, to evaluations, grounded theory style projects, and interpretive phenomenology. As a trainer Nick specializes in teaching qualitative analysis using ATLAS.ti. He has conducted 285 workshops at over 100 universities and other institutions, primarily in the US and Canada, for more than 3,000 Ph.D. students, professors, and research and evaluation consultants. In 2013 Nick introduced Five-Level QDA in his keynote address at the first ATLAS.ti user's conference in Berlin (Woolf, 2014). Christina Silver has worked at the CAQDAS Networking Project at the University of Surrey, UK since 1998. She is responsible for capacity building activities and has designed and led training in all the major qualitative software programs, including ATLAS.ti, Dedoose, MAXQDA, NVivo, Transana, QDA Miner, Qualrus, Quirkos. Christina also works as an independent researcher, consultant, and trainer, supporting researchers to plan and implement computer-assisted analysis, and contributing to doctoral research programs in several UK universities.