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Qualitative Secondary Analysis

by Kahryn Hughes and Anna Tarrant SAGE Publications Ltd
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A comprehensive guide to carrying out Qualitative Secondary Analysis (QSA) that brings together expert advice and professional insight from leading researchers who have developed innovative theories and methods of QSA.

Part One: Changing data landscapes and qualitative secondary analysis
Chapter 1: An Introduction to Qualitative Secondary Analysis – Kahryn Hughes and Anna Tarrant
Chapter 2: Qualitative Secondary Analysis: working across datasets – Sarah Irwin
Chapter 3: The Ethics of Qualitative Secondary Analysis – Kahryn Hughes and Anna Tarrant
Part Two: Building QSA into Research and Teaching
Chapter 4: Building Time into Research Design – Bren Neale
Chapter 5: QSA and inter and cross project working – Ros Edwards, Susie Weller, Lynn Jamieson and Emma Davidson,
Chapter 6: Collaborative QSA – Anna Tarrant and Kahryn Hughes
Chapter 7: QSA in teaching – Maureen Haaker
Part Three: Methods of QSA with non-interview data
Chapter 8: Working with historical materials – Joanna Bornat
Chapter 9: Examples of QSA study designs and purposes in a qualitative secondary study – Dawn Lyon and Graham Crow
Chapter 10: Working with marginalia – John Goodwin and Henrietta O'Connor
Chapter 11: Using Quantitative Data for QSA – Jane Gray and Ruth Geraghty

'Practical, sensible and timely guide, inspiring teachers, researchers and students to work creatively with the wealth of archived qualitative data now freely available to us'.

Rachel Thomson, Professor of Childhood and Youth Studies, University of Sussex

Dr. Kahryn Hughes is Senior Research Fellow in Sociology at the University of Leeds. She has received Economic and Social Research Council funding for several of their flagship methodological programmes, including the Research Methods Programme, and Timescapes. Her research over the past fifteen years has primarily aimed at methods for innovation and development. Her current research interests relate to three overlapping areas: the sociology of health inequalities, sociological theory, and research methodology. More specifically, she is interested in: addiction, poverty, time, relationality and identity.

Anna Tarrant is Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Lincoln. Her research interests include men and masculinities, family life, and methodological developments in qualitative longitudinal methodologies and qualitative secondary analysis. She previously worked at the University of Leeds where she began the Leverhulme Trust funded study, GÇ£Men, Poverty and Lifetimes of Caren++? (2014GÇô2018), which explores the care responsibilities of men living on a low income from a lifecourse perspective. Affiliated to Following Young Fathers, this project led to another funded impact project called GÇ£Responding to Young Fathers in a Different Way.n++? This study supported developments in more effective support for marginalised young fathers.