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Morgan Centre for Research into Everyday Lives

Toolkits

Toolkit 18: Using diaries in research with people with dementia 
Ruth Bartlett (University of Southampton) December 2011

Toolkit 17: using participatory visual methods
Naomi Richards (University of Sheffield) November 2011

Toolkit 16: Using self interviews
Nicola Allett, Emily Keightley and Michael Pickering (Loughborough University) October 2011

Toolkit 15: Using an external agency or individual to transcribe your qualitative data
Hazel Burke (Morgan Centre, The University of Manchester) January 2011

Toolkit 14: Using phone interviews
Annie Irvine (University of York) October 2010

Toolkit 13: Using walking interviews
Andrew Clark (University of Salford) and Nick Emmel (University of Leeds), August 2010

Toolkit 12: What to do with contradictory data?
Vanessa May, Morgan Centre, The University of Manchester, July 2010

Toolkit 11: Practical considerations of leading and working on a mixed methods project
Vanessa May and Hazel Burke, Morgan Centre, The University of Manchester, July 2010

Toolkit 10: Using blog analysis
Helene Snee, The University of Manchester, July 2010

Toolkit 09: Using email interviews
Lucy Gibson, The University of Manchester, June 2010

Toolkit 08: Transcribing your own qualitative dataToolkit 08: Transcribing your own qualitative data
Hazel Burke, Lisa Jenkins and Victoria Higham, Morgan Centre, The University of Manchester, May 2010

Toolkit 07: Using music elicitation to research people’s relationship with music
Nicola Allett, Morgan Centre, The University of Manchester, January 2010

Toolkit 06: After the Ethical Approval form: Ethical considerations of working in research teams
Hazel Burke, Morgan Centre, The University of Manchester, June 2009

Toolkit 05: Door knocking as a method of recruiting a sample *
Katherine Davies, Morgan Centre, The University of Manchester, July 2008

Toolkit 04: Participant produced video *
Stewart Muir, Morgan Centre, The University of Manchester, July 2008

Toolkit 03: Participatory mapping: An innovative sociological method *
Nick Emmel, University of Leeds, July 2008

Toolkit 02: Putting on an exhibition to disseminate your research *
Hazel Burke, Morgan Centre, The University of Manchester, July 2008

Toolkit 01: Informed consent for visual research *
Katherine Davies, Morgan Centre, The University of Manchester, July 2008

* These toolkits were produced as part of Real Life Methods, an ESRC National Centre for Research Methods phase one node at the universities of Manchester and Leeds.