New resource on qualitative inquiry

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Lisbeth Berbary

When embarking on qualitative inquiry, there are a range of research components to consider, including traditional and creative representations, says Professor Lisbeth Berbary from the Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies.

Berbary has developed a framework for qualitative inquiry that supports creative analytic practices, and has released a video resource that examines what creative representation in qualitative research looks like, how it can include non-traditional methods such as screenplay, slam poetry, or comics, and when qualitative research should take non-traditional forms.

“I know there is desire for this type of qualitative support across campus, and I am hoping to begin drawing more attention to the expertise that we have available,” Berbary said.

She created the video as part of her work with the University of Toronto’s Centre for Critical Qualitative Health Research, where she is a Fellow.

Watch Berbary’s video on creative analytic practice here, or view the open source book on qualitative research here.

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