#48 Analysing Focus Group Data

Analysing qualitative data can be tricky as there are no agreed methods, as there are for quantitative data, and there is no right or wrong way of analysing the data – analysis is subjective, based on the researchers own background and perspectives. There are, however, different recognised approaches that can be taken and for myContinue reading “#48 Analysing Focus Group Data”

#26 My Design Guide Conundrum

Over the last few weeks, as part of the final stage of my project, “Implementing Change”, I’ve been carrying out workshops with architects and architectural technologists to gain feedback on my Active Buildings Design Guide as it develops.  My intention with the design guide, as it stands, is that it acts as a knowledge repositoryContinue reading “#26 My Design Guide Conundrum”

#20 Sample Size for Qualitative Research

I have decided to restrict my study to Wales, due to time and financial constraints of reaching the wider UK population of Architects.  There are 1,179 ARB registered Architects in Wales (2019 figure) and 642 chartered RIBA members.  The question for me is how many Architects out of the total population will provide me withContinue reading “#20 Sample Size for Qualitative Research”