Talks about thematic analysis
Talks by Ginny & Victoria
Watch Ginny & Victoria’s webinar to launch their new book Thematic Analysis: A Practical Guide (November 2021).
Watch Ginny & Victoria’s second webinar related to Thematic Analysis: A Practical Guide – on common challenges in thematic analysis and how to avoid them (August 2022).
Watch Victoria and Ginny give a public lecture at UWE (June 2018), on An Introduction to Thematic Analysis.
Watch Victoria give a public lecture at UWE (November 2017), on What is Thematic Analysis.
Watch Ginny give a talk at The University of Auckland (June 2021), on Thematic Analysis: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
Watch Ginny as part of a great panel presentation on What’s the Difference? A Conversation Comparing Approaches to Qualitative Analysis (Dec 2021) – organised by the APA Society for Qualitative Inquiry in Psychology.
Watch Ginny give a webinar on Introduction to Thematic Analysis for Dr. Stacy Penna as part of the NVIVO podcast series – November 29, 2022. NB: The link takes you to a registration page, but it’s free to view.
Listen to Victoria talking about TA in July 2021, on the Words Matter podcast. Hosted by Dr Oliver Thomson, this podcast is “dedicated to bringing you conversations with world leading academics, researchers and clinicians on all areas of clinical interaction, philosophy and communication”.
Read or watch an interview with Victoria Clarke on (Reflexive) TA in qualitative research (October 2021), with Dr Charles Crook for the Researching Education website. Researching Education aims to offer “accessible summaries of recently published and peer-reviewed research findings that concern educational practice”.
Listen to Victoria discuss a wide range of things related to reflexive TA on the NVivo Podcast – Between The Data, hosted by Dr. Stacy Penna, NVivo Community Director. Victoria reflects on us being “Accidental Methodologists” in Episode 33, and on “New Ways of Thinking” in Episode 34, and much more besides.
Listen to Victoria discuss saturation in the first Qualitative Conundrums – a new section as part of the Qualitative Open Mic podcast series from the Qualitative Applied Health Research Centre at Kings College London (16 March, 2022).
Listen to Victoria discuss qualitative research – more widely than just TA, but including TA – with UWE Colleague Luke Annesley, for the Music Therapy Conversations podcast (Episode 66; September 2022).
Talks by others
Watch UBC doctoral candidate Lisa Trainor discuss her reflexive process for doing reflexive TA! This video demonstrates Lisa’s thorough and thoughtful process of “developing the craft” of reflexive TA, which she has also written about – you can read that paper here.
University of Strathclyde Computer & Information Sciences doctoral student Pranay Nangia wrote a blog about reflexive TA and to accompany this, produced a nifty 40sec clip on traps to avoid when doing reflexive TA.