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Qualitative Data Analysis: QDA Resources

This guide provides information and guidance for researchers interested in conducting qualitative data analysis.

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Learning Qualitative Research Processes

Resources for Qualitative Research

Screenshot of the Qualitative Data Repository Logo.  QDR in Blue Lettering on a white background.

The QDR is a safe place to deposit qualitative data. It has been certified as a "trustworthy data repository" by CoreTrustSeal. In tandem with the researchers who deposit data with QDR, its trained staff fully curates data to make them usable, discoverable, meaningful, citable, secure and durably preserved. NYU is a member institution of the QDR and so you can deposit your own qualitative data there, as well as use the data of others!

To register for an account with the QDR:

  • Go to: https://qdr.syr.edu/user/register
  • Fill out form using NYU email address
  • Confirmation will be sent to your NYU email, verify your account via the emailed instructions
  • Then you can login and you're good to start!

UK Data Services, Qualitative and Mixed Methods Datasets

Screenshot of the opening page of the UK Data Archive by the UK Data Service.

The UK Data Service is a a place to both deposit data and find secondary datasets for use in your analysis.

  • Bazeley, P.& Johnson, K. (2013). Qualitative data analysis with NVivo.London: Sage. 
  • Berg, B.(2001) Qualitative research methods for the social sciences, Allyn & Bacon,9th Edition
  • Charmaz, K.(2010). Grounded theory: Objectivist and constructivist methods. In W. Luttrell (Ed.), Qualitative educational research: Readings in reflexive methodology and transformative practice (pp. 183-207). New York: Routledge. 
  • Charmaz, K.(2001). Qualitative interviewing and grounded theory analysis. In Gubrium, J. F., & Holstein, J. A. Handbook of interview research (pp. 675-694). : SAGE Publications Ltd. 
  • Corbin, J. & Strauss , A.(2015). Basics of qualitative research: Techniques and procedures for developing grounded theory (4thed.) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 
  • Creswell, J. (2012).Qualitative Inquiry and Research Design: Choosing among Five Approaches.Sage Publications.
  • Flick, U.(2017). The SAGE handbook of qualitative data analysis.Los Angeles: SAGE Publications 
  • Friese, S. (2011) Qualitative Data Analysis with Atlas Ti. London: Sage. 
  • Glaser, B.G. & Strauss, A.L. (1967) The discovery of grounded theory: Strategies for qualitative research. New York Aldine de Grutyter. 
  • Lawson, H. et. al (2015).Participatory action research.New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Merriham, S..B. & Tisdell, E.J.(2016). Qualitative research: a guide to design and implementation.Josey-Bass. 
  • Miles, M.B., Huberman, A.M. & Saldana, J. (2014).  Qualitative data analysis: a methods sourcebook.Thousand Oaks: Sage 
  • Saldaña,J.(2016). The coding manual for qualitative researchers. Los Angeles, Calif.L Sage Publications  
  • Wertz, F.J. (2011). Five ways of doing qualitative analysis: phenomenological psychology, grounded theory, discourse analysis, narrative research and intuitive inquiry. 
  • Wolcott, H. (2009). Writing up qualitative research. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  • Woolf, N.H.(2017). Qualitative analysis using Atlas. TI: The five-level QDA method. London: Taylor and Francis.