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Is Mobility of Data a Special Problem for Qualitative Research Collections?

John Southall
2020 Zenodo  
This paper builds upon the experience of archiving qualitative data to look at issues of data mobility.  ...  Such activity can be used to promote mobility but it is arguably important to recognise where it may present problems for an archive and as such be discouraged.  ...  Defining Data Mobility UKDA archival procedures are based on • making data available to as wide an audience as possible • responding to the way data is produced and used in a changing environment Researcher  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3781935 fatcat:oiwxoydqv5dr7pho6eirkwuzoe

The Collective Mind

David B. Bills
2013 Sociology of education  
In "The 'Collective Mind' at Work: A Decade in the Life of U.S.  ...  an unusual number of times for a non-peer-reviewed publication.  ...  Data collection is expensive and time-consuming, but we see potential for high returns in improving our science.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0038040713503303 fatcat:ccinmoojqja3vatgcwlwaz4lla

Special 20th Anniversary Collection 2015

Clive McGee
2015 Waikato Journal of Education  
There is every reason to celebrate the achievement and to believe that the next 20 years can be even more successful.  ...  The Waikato Journal of Education has successfully reached the important milestone of 20 years of publication thanks to the participation of many people.  ...  This special issue is a collection of 23 papers from across the 20 years to celebrate the anniversary.  ... 
doi:10.15663/wje.v20i3.218 fatcat:l575ninufzagpg366oyqp3wzna

Technology Trends in Survey Data Collection

Mick P. Couper
2005 Social science computer review  
This article reviews the state of the field with regard to emerging data collection technologies, and their implications for survey research.  ...  These developments are already having a profound effect on survey data collection. Newer technological challenges include wireless applications (mobile web) and portable digital devices.  ...  The same is likely true of the newer methods of survey data collection.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0894439305278972 fatcat:bbyprvrsb5cgjm3mg52etwvw7m

Workflow Support for Mobile Data Collection [chapter]

Peter Wakholi, Weiqin Chen, Jørn Klungsøyr
2011 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
This research focuses on the processes related to data collection by integration of workflow systems to support mobile data collection.  ...  The OpenXdata system has been developed under this project as a generic tool for definition, collection and management of data.  ...  THESIS OVERVIEW This thesis is based on a collection of the four research papers provided. In chapter 2 we give a characterisation of the problem.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-21759-3_22 fatcat:gihfcnfhf5dzvmvi6wx23doqpe

Formal Models of Collective Action

Pamela E. Oliver
1993 Annual Review of Sociology  
Greater attention is urged to technical issues of formal symbolic mathematical analysis, experimental design, response surface analysis, and technical problems in the reduction and presentation of complex  ...  Models of dynamic interactions require further development but promise to be enriched by accumulating empirical time series data on collective events.  ...  Empirical Data and Individual Decision Models Individual decision models of collective action have had a great impact on empirical research.  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev.so.19.080193.001415 fatcat:cxre2ta55vesdd3dnclmrhjxxi

Formal Models of Collective Action

P. E Oliver
1993 Annual Review of Sociology  
Greater attention is urged to technical issues of formal symbolic mathematical analysis, experimental design, response surface analysis, and technical problems in the reduction and presentation of complex  ...  Models of dynamic interactions require further development but promise to be enriched by accumulating empirical time series data on collective events.  ...  Empirical Data and Individual Decision Models Individual decision models of collective action have had a great impact on empirical research.  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev.soc.19.1.271 fatcat:34h2dyurxfgihckjapb2ql2to4

Effectiveness of Regional Tax Collection (Study of Land and Building Tax Collection of Rural and Urban Areas in Banjarmasin)

Irsa Moch Munawir Syahroni, Hary Supriadi, Acep Supriadi
2019 Saudi Journal of Economics and Finance  
This research used descriptive qualitative method. The analysis unit in this research was Revenue Office Banjarmasin.  ...  The problem of the effectiveness of the land and building tax collection system in the Banjarmasin city government which was still low.  ...  The term human instrument means that the researcher acts as a research instrument: formulating problems, collecting, analyzing, and testing the validity of data comprehensively [8, 9] .  ... 
doi:10.36348/sjef.2019.v03i10.002 fatcat:pahho4wocrha7ome7dzpdrjww4

METHODS OF DATA COLLECTION [article]

Syed Muhammad Sajjad Kabir
2018 Zenodo  
Regardless of the field of study or preference for defining data (quantitative, qualitative), accurate data collection is essential to maintaining the integrity of research.  ...  The goal for all data collection is to capture quality evidence that then translates to rich data analysis and allows the building of a convincing and credible answer to questions that have been posed.  ...  Regardless of the kinds of data involved, data collection in a qualitative study takes a great deal of time.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5814115 fatcat:eh3oq7yvhra5pm5wnhbkk6cdby

The ARL Special Collections Initiative

Joe A. Hewitt, Judith M. Panitch
2003 Library Trends  
I N NOVEMBER 4 0 0 1 , the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) announced the formation of a Task Force on Special Collections charged with developing an action plan to address a set of issues deemed  ...  brings to special collections, and provide a status report on the work of the task force.  ...  The task force is also soliciting suggestions regarding qualitative data that would help libraries assess the success of their special collections, although it is expected that the most urgent projects  ... 
dblp:journals/libt/HewittP03 fatcat:rdum2z4gmrcsti52mdvs3morw4

Qualitative Data Collection in an Era of Social Distancing

Bojana Lobe, David Morgan, Kim A. Hoffman
2020 International Journal of Qualitative Methods  
In this article, we describe options and resources for researchers who find themselves needing to alter their study designs from face-to-face qualitative data collection to a "socially distant" method.  ...  Qualitative researchers face unique opportunities and challenges as a result of the disruption of COVID-19.  ...  lend themselves well to qualitative data collection for any study where a greater level of data security is desirable (such as children or immigrants).  ... 
doi:10.1177/1609406920937875 fatcat:gecmw5ed2zez5gvusqfsiprtpe

Collective Invention and Inventor Networks [chapter]

Walter W. Powell, Eric Giannella
2010 Handbook of The Economics of Innovation, Vol. 1  
Suggestive additional evidence is provided from comparative analyses of patent data from the 1970s and the present decade.  ...  This collective system of innovation was eclipsed in the early and mid-20 th century by the rise to prominence of the large corporate R&D lab.  ...  To explore this idea, we collected data on the mobility of corporate researchers across industries. By mobility, we are not referring to job mobility, as is typical, but the movement of knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0169-7218(10)01013-0 fatcat:bacqu3d7tvanjjysd3y4mxrfiy

Qualitative Data Collection, Analysis and Presentation: A Theoretical Overview

Laya Prasad Uprety
2010 Dhaulagiri Journal of Sociology and Anthropology  
Its overall emphasis has been on the processes, stages, and goals of conventional ethnographic research, qualitative data analysis and their presentation in the academic and professional reports.  ...  This paper explains the significance of the interpretive approach in the regime of qualitative research which underscores the search of the meanings in human cultures and subjectivities in the human behavior  ...  These are: (i) participant observation is a strategy that facilitates the collection of data in the field-all kinds of data, both qualitative and quantitative; (ii) it reduces the problem of reactivity-that  ... 
doi:10.3126/dsaj.v3i0.2782 fatcat:7e2vls2mrvdczlqh575cgi2m3i

Collection and Integration of Local Knowledge and Experience through a Collective Spatial Analysis

Juan Castillo-Rosas, José Diez-Rodríguez, Alex Jiménez-Vélez, María Núñez-Andrés, Josep Monguet-Fierro
2017 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
supported by P/PGIS are collected and used, a prototype of a WEB-GSDSS application has been developed.  ...  We conclude that, although the Collective Spatial Analysis approach presented is in a subjective and initial stage, it does drive improvements in the collection and integration of knowledge and local experience  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare that there are no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi6020033 fatcat:xiarpyv3gjbmjoa2bu6vgulmv4

Security of m-learning system: A collective responsibility

Shaibu Adekunle Shonola, Mike S Joy
2015 International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies  
' data, whereas the use of these mobile technologies for learning poses a serious threat to confidentiality, integrity and privacy of those involved in teaching and learning, yet traditional security threats  ...  The technology could play a pivotal role in extending the possibilities for teaching, learning, and research in educational institutions.  ...  PAPER SECURITY OF M-LEARNING SYSTEM: A COLLECTIVE RESPONSIBILITY Our paper is organised as follows. The second section of this article is a review of related research on m-learning security.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijim.v9i3.4475 fatcat:vnbskf4axvcl5jkwcttryhec6a
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