You can download outputs from the project here including
working papers and conference presentations
Tarrant, A. (2016) Getting out of the swamp? Methodological reflections on using qualitative secondary analysis to develop research design, International Journal of Social Research Methodology, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13645579.2016.1257678 – Please contact Anna for a copy of this article if you are unable to access it.
Qualitative Secondary Analysis and research design: reflections on a methodological framework for data re-use: Working Paper
Report from the data sharing workshop with primary researchers from the Following Young Fathers and Intergenerational Exchange research teams, Data Sharing Workshop Report
‘Getting out of the swamp’: Realist research and qualitative secondary analysis, The State of the art of realist methodologies, Realism Leeds 2015.
British Sociological Association 2015, A strategy for exploring men’s care responsibilities in low-income localities using qualitative secondary analysis
Qualitative Longitudinal Methods: an advanced workshop, FLaG, University of Leeds, June 2015, A methodological strategy for working effectively across qualitative longitudinal datasets as a secondary researcher
A key aspect of the methodology for this study was to conduct a secondary analysis of two qualitative datasets from the Timescapes archive, to inform my project design. This is an on-going activity but the majority of this work was conducted between October 2014 and June 2015. Having generated some initial findings from the analysis I decided to share some of these outcomes with the stakeholders of my project, who are also playing a key role in steering the project design so that the evidence generated might have have some impact for the men I am researching. To do this, I invited my project stakeholders to a meeting to reflect on the outcomes of the secondary analysis. Prior to the meeting I sent them a document outlining some of the key themes that emerged from the analysis, and my views on where I felt the new project might progress. This document can be viewed here:
The meeting at which the project stakeholders were invited to comment upon this existing data, took place on Tuesday 14th July 2015. The outcomes of the meeting are presented in the following report, which I think will be of particular interest to academics considering how to co-produce their research.
A version of the meeting more suited to a practitioner audience, with outcomes of the meeting, can be accessed via the link below. Please do contact us using the contact form on this website if you have any comments or suggestions.