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PENGELOLAAN DAN ANALISIS DATA KUALITATIF NVIVO 14 PADA KARYA TULIS ILMIAH BEREPUTASI INTERNASIONAL

PEMBAHASAN SINGKAT MATERI 

Qualitative Research
Qualitative research is a research method that collects non-numerical data. Typically, it goes beyond the information that quantitative research provides because it is used to gain an understanding of underlying reasons, opinions, and motivations.

Qualitative research can be described as naturalistic research, looking at naturally-occurring social events within natural settings. So, qualitative researchers would describe their part in social research as the ‘vehicle’ for collecting the qualitative research data.

Qualitative researchers discovered this by looking at primary and secondary sources where data is represented in non-numerical form. This can include collecting qualitative research data types like quotes, symbols, images, and written testimonials.

These data types tell qualitative researchers subjective information. While these aren’t facts in themselves, conclusions can be interpreted out of qualitative that can help to provide valuable context.

The Qualitative Debate
The general assumptions involved in undertaking a research project (qualitative, quantitative or mixed) and the data that are collected.

Numbers in and of themselves can’t be interpreted without understanding the assumptions which underlie them.

Here, the respondent answered 2=Disagree. What does this mean? How do we interpret the value “2” here? We can’t really understand this quantitative value unless we dig into some of the judgments and assumptions that underlie it:

  • Did the respondent understand the term “capital punishment”?
  • Did the respondent understand that a “2” means that they are disagreeing with the statement?
  • Does the respondent have any idea about alternatives to capital punishment (otherwise how can they judge what’s “best”)?
  • Did the respondent read carefully enough to determine that the statement was limited only to convicted murderers (for instance, rapists were not included)?
  • Does the respondent care or were they just circling anything arbitrarily?
  • How was this question presented in the context of the survey (e.g., did the questions immediately before this one bias the response in any way)?
  • Was the respondent mentally alert (especially if this is late in a long survey or the respondent had other things going on earlier in the day)?
  • What was the setting for the survey (e.g., lighting, noise and other distractions)?
  • Was the survey anonymous? Was it confidential?
  • In the respondent’s mind, is the difference between a “1” and a “2” the same as between a “2” and a “3” (i.e., is this an interval scale?)?

Qualitative Research Journals

  • Forum: Qualitative Social Research
  • Journal of Ethnographic and Qualitative Research
  • International Journal of Qualitative Methods
  • International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education
  • The Qualitative Report
  • Qualitative Research
LINK PENDAFTARAN:

https://bit.ly/WorkshopLSI_28Oktober2023

PEMATERI:
Dr. Anak Agung Gde Satia Utama, SE., M.Ak.,Ak.,CA.,CIQAR.,Cert.DA

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Romindo, S.Kom., M.Kom

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