Date(s) - 08/06/2021 All Day
Are you committed to using the Grounded Theory approach in a current or future research project and want to advance your skills in this area of research methods? If so, this one-day course on advanced practice in Grounded Theory could be for you.
The day is highly practical and aims to progress each Grounded Theory study to its next stage and to inspire and empower you as a Grounded Theory researcher.
In particular we will work with you to:
- Review your research design from a GT perspective
- Review your data collection methods
- Help you to conceptualise your data
- Enable you to visualise a trajectory for your study and the steps you will need to take.
Dr Natalie Haynes completed her Ph.D. in 2019 using a Straussian grounded theory approach to explore the use of big data in hotel price decision-making. She continues to publish in a range of international journals using grounded approaches in the topic areas of revenue management, pricing, and big data. She teaches hotel and airline revenue management for the Department for Service Sector Management at Sheffield Business School, Sheffield Hallam University, and supervises several doctoral students.
Dr Helen Scott is an independent researcher and Fellow of the Grounded Theory Institute. Helen gained her PhD from the School of Computing, University of Portsmouth and was trained in the grounded theory method by its instigator, Barney G. Glaser. Helen supports novice and experienced researchers from all over the world from her website Grounded Theory Online. She is also a consulting researcher for global and national organisations.
Please register via the following Eventbrite link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/advancing-practice-in-grounded-theory-tickets-142089903727
Priority will be given to Postgraduate and Early Career Researchers who are based at NARTI member universities.