Conference Report: Third Workshop "Qualitative Psychology: Research Questions and Matching Methods of Analysis

  • Leo Gürtler University of Education Weingarten
Keywords: qualitative psychology, qualitative methodology, research questions, methods of analysis, Cervantes, conference, workshop

Abstract

This report note reviews the third workshop Qualitative Psychology in Perlora (Spain) (Oct., 25-27, 2000), organized by the Center for Qualitative Psychology. The main topic of the conference was Research Questions and Matching Methods of Analysis. Researchers (from novices to experts in the field of qualitative methodology) from different countries presented their work. A special topic of the workshop was a session in which selected researchers discussed the first chapter of CERVANTES' Don Quixote with their own (qualitative) method of choice. This report note briefly discusses the contributions of all participants and evaluates the outcomes of the conference. URN: urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs0301244

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Author Biography

Leo Gürtler, University of Education Weingarten
Leo GÜRTLER is working as a psychologist at the Department of Educational Psychology, School for Education, University of Tübingen. He is member of the Center for Qualitative Psychology and preparing his doctoral grade (working title: Humor in educational settings). His research interests are the research program of subjective theories (German: "Forschungsprogramm Subjektive Theorien") and insight meditation of Vipassana.
Published
2003-01-31