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Qualitative Data Analysis: Citations

Resources on conducting qualitative data analysis

Cited sources

The sources linked here are cited throughout this guide. 

Links for electronic versions that are open access or available to those with a University of Illinois affiliation are linked. 

Clark, L., Birkhead, A. S., Fernandez, C., & Egger, M. J. (2017). A transcription and translation protocol for sensitive cross-cultural team researchQualitative Health Research27(12), 1751–1764.

Bazeley, P. (2021). Qualitative data analysis: Practical strategies (2nd ed.). Sage.

Davidson, J., Thompson, S., & Harris, A. (2017). Qualitative data analysis software practices in complex research teams: Troubling the assumptions about transparency and portability. Qualitative Inquiry, 23(10), 779–788.

Farley, J., Duppong Hurley, K., & Aitken, A. A. (2020). Monitoring implementation in program evaluation with direct audio coding. Evaluation and Program Planning, 83, 101854.

Smagorinsky, P. (2008). The method section as conceptual epicenter in constructing social science research reports. Written Communication, 25(3), 389–411.

Woods, D. Presentation in: Christina Silver, Phd. (2020, December 4). CAQDAS webinar 005 Transcription as an analytic act. [Video].