Resources for doing qualitative research during a pandemic


Using Zoom Videoconferencing for Qualitative Data Collection: Perceptions and Experiences of Researchers and Participants 

by Mandy M. Archibald, Rachel C. Ambagtsheer, Mavourneen G. Casey, and Michael Lawless

Qualitative Data Collection in an Era of Social Distancing 

by Bojana Lobe, David Morgan, and Kim A. Hoffman

Digital Ethnography: Principles and Practice

by Sarah Pink, Heather Horst et al (Sage 2016)

Chapter 1 can be found here:

Ethnography and Virtual Worlds: A Handbook of Method

by Tom Boellstorff and Bonnie Nardi (Princeton University Press 2012)

Nethnography: redefined

by Robert Kozintes (Sage 2015)

The Routledge Companion to Digital Ethnography

by Larissa Hjorth, Heather Horst, Anne Galloway and Genevieve Bell (Routledge 2017)

Digital Anthropology

by Heather A. Horst and Daniel Miller (Berg 2012)

Digital ethnography research centre:

Netnography tutorial:

Analyzing Qualitative Data with MAXQDA (currently free!)

Also free webinars:

Blogs about online QR.

Bridging the digital divide: Reflections on using WhatsApp instant messenger interviews in youth research

by Kerry L Gibson

Participant Observation: How does it work online?

by Janet Salmons

How to conduct an ethnography during social isolation

by Daniel Miller

Doing fieldork in a pandemic

by Deborah Lupton


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