About the Event
The monthly QE Webinar Series showcases emerging research and exciting new developments in Quantitative Ethnography. These one-hour events begin with a 30-minute presentation by a scholar from the QE community, followed by 30 minutes of moderated discussion. You can attend live via video-conferencing software!, and you will also be able to access recordings of the presentations shortly after they occur. Attendance is free and open to the public, but registration is required to receive each event’s link. Any enquiries regarding these webinars please email email@example.com.
September 13, 3PM (CST), 10PM (CET), 7AM+1day (AEST)
Implications for giving participants voice in QE
Hazel Vega Quesada
This webinar will introduce the idea of Participatory Quantitative Ethnography (PQE) in which research participants are given active roles in meaning making. The session will draw on examples from a number of different research projects which have begun to use different PQE techniques. From these examples opportunities and challenges associated with new tools and methods along with ethical issues associated with participant involvement in the QE process will be raised in the hope they spark fruitful conversations and collaborations that advance explorations and understandings of PQE.