MAXQDA Professional Trainer


 
Trainer Dr. Susanne Sackl-SharifDr. Susanne Sackl-Sharif
Workshop language(s) German
Location Graz, AustriaGraz, Austria
Radius AustriaAustria
Workshops
  • Starter Workshop
  • Advanced Workshop
  • Grounded Theory (Method Focus)
  • Content Analysis (Method Focus)
  • Starter Workshop
  • Advanced Workshop
  • Grounded Theory (Method Focus)
  • Content Analysis (Method Focus)
Methodological Expertise

Qualitative Research Methods, Qualitative Content Analysis, Interview Analysis

Qualitative Research Methods, Qualitative Content Analysis, Interview Analysis

Experience

In Research: I have worked in various qualitative research projects over the last six years and I have always used MAXQDA for the analysis. To give you an insight into my research, I summarize the most important aspects of my projects in the following:

  1. For my PhD thesis "Gender - Metal - Video Clips" (2010-2014; Institute of Musicology/University of Graz) I conducted 20 focused interviews with metal fans and I used qualitative content analysis for the interpretation. Furthermore, I analyzed different metal video clips and metal websites.
  2. For the FWF/DFG research project "After Bologna: Gender Studies in Entrepreneurial Universities" (2012-2014; Institute of Sociology/University of Graz & ZIFG/TU Berlin) I conducted 30 expert interviews with various actors from the academic field and I analysed all existing Gender Studies curricula of Germany, Austria and the Switzerland with the assistance of MAXQDA. (For further information: www.genderchange-academia.eu)
  3. The research project "Political Participation in the Austrian region Voitsberg" (2014-2015; Spectro/Graz & Vienna) was based on a mixed methods design: On the one hand, I conducted 20 expert interviews with politicians and journalists, on the other hand, I analysed newspaper articles, websites and social media groups with qualitative content analysis and discourse analysis. (For further information: www.spectro.st)
  4. Currently, I am working as a music sociologist in the FWF PEEK research project "GAPPP: Gamified Audiovisual Performance and Performance Practice" (2016-2018) at the Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics of the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz. Within the GAPPP project I am mainly responsible for preparing and conducting interviews with composers, performers, and the audience. Futhermore, I am doing participant observation and I am going to analyse the interview transcripts as well as the observation protocols with MAXQDA. (For further information: gappp.net)

Teaching: Since 2014, I have been working as a MAXQDA teacher at the GMZ - Grazer Methodenkompetenzzentrum (Methodological Compentece Center in Graz, Austria). Furthermore, I have been teaching qualitative research methods within various academic curricula in Graz and Klagenfurt since 2009. In my courses, I have always been discussing MAXQDA with my students and I have introduced them to employing MAXQDA for different analysis strategies, such as grounded theory, qualitative content analysis, discourse analysis or Objektive Hermeneutik.

In Research: I have worked in various qualitative research projects over the last six years and I have always used MAXQDA for the analysis. To give you an insight into my research, I summarize the most important aspects of my projects in the following:

  1. a) For my PhD thesis \"Gender - Metal - Video Clips\" (2010-2014; Institute of Musicology/University of Graz) I conducted 20 focused interviews with metal fans and I used qualitative content analysis for the interpretation. Furthermore, I analyzed different metal video clips and metal websites.
  2. b) For the FWF/DFG research project After Bologna: Gender Studies in Entrepreneurial Universities" (2012-2014; Institute of Sociology/University of Graz & ZIFG/TU Berlin) I conducted 30 expert interviews with various actors from the academic field and I analysed all existing Gender Studies curricula of Germany, Austria and the Switzerland with the assistance of MAXQDA. (For further information: www.genderchange-academia.eu)
  3. c) The research project "Political Participation in the Austrian region Voitsberg" (2014-2015; Spectro/Graz & Vienna) was based on a mixed methods design: On the one hand, I conducted 20 expert interviews with politicians and journalists, on the other hand, I analysed newspaper articles, websites and social media groups with qualitative content analysis and discourse analysis. (For further information: www.spectro.st)
  4. d) Currently, I am working as a music sociologist in the FWF PEEK research project "GAPPP: Gamified Audiovisual Performance and Performance Practice" (2016-2018) at the Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics of the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz. Within the GAPPP project I am mainly responsible for preparing and conducting interviews with composers, performers, and the audience. Futhermore, I am doing participant observation and I am going to analyse the interview transcripts as well as the observation protocols with MAXQDA. (For futher information: gappp.net)

Teaching: Since 2014, I have been working as a MAXQDA teacher at the GMZ - Grazer Methodenkompetenzzentrum (Methodological Compentece Center in Graz, Austria). Furthermore, I have been teaching qualitative research methods within various academic curricula in Graz and Klagenfurt since 2009. In my courses, I have always been discussing MAXQDA with my students and I have introduced them to employing MXQDA for different analysis strategies, such as grounded theory, qualitative content analysis, discourse analysis or Objektive Hermeneutik.

Relevant Publications

Gerlinde Malli & Susanne Sackl-Sharif (2015). „Researching One’s Own Field. Interaction Dynamics and Methodological Challenges in the Context of Higher Education Research [47 paragraphs]”, in: Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 16(1), Art. 11,

Susanne Sackl-Sharif (2016). Gemeindestruktur- und Landeskrankenhausreform. Eine vergleichende Analyse von Bürger_innenbeteiligungen im Bezirk Voitsberg. Online-Monographie. Wien: Spectro, http://www.spectro.st/PUBLIKATIONEN/Gemeindestruktur-und-Landeskrankenhausreform.

Susanne Sackl-Sharif (2015). Gender – Metal – Videoclips. Eine qualitative Rezeptionsstudie. Opladen/Berlin/Toronto: Budrich UniPress.

Gerlinde Malli, Susanne Sackl-Sharif & Elisabeth Zehetner (2015). Nach Bologna. Gender Studies in der unternehmerischen Hochschule. Eine Untersuchung in Österreich und der Schweiz. Online-Monographie. Universität Graz: UniPub.

Gerlinde Malli & Susanne Sackl (2013). „Interaktionsdynamiken in Expert_inneninterviews. Methodische Herausforderungen im Kontext der Hochschulforschung“, in: Kristina Binner, Bettina Kubicek, Anja Rozwandowicz & Lena Weber (Hg.): Die unternehmerische Hochschule aus der Perspektive der Geschlechterforschung. Zwischen Aufbruch und Beharrung. Münster: Dampfboot Verlag, S. 105-117.

Gerlinde Malli & Susanne Sackl-Sharif (2015). „Researching One’s Own Field. Interaction Dynamics and Methodological Challenges in the Context of Higher Education Research [47 paragraphs]”, in: Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 16(1), Art. 11,

Susanne Sackl-Sharif (2016). Gemeindestruktur- und Landeskrankenhausreform. Eine vergleichende Analyse von Bürger_innenbeteiligungen im Bezirk Voitsberg. Online-Monographie. Wien: Spectro, http://www.spectro.st/PUBLIKATIONEN/Gemeindestruktur-und-Landeskrankenhausreform.

Susanne Sackl-Sharif (2015). Gender – Metal – Videoclips. Eine qualitative Rezeptionsstudie. Opladen/Berlin/Toronto: Budrich UniPress.

Gerlinde Malli, Susanne Sackl-Sharif & Elisabeth Zehetner (2015). Nach Bologna. Gender Studies in der unternehmerischen Hochschule. Eine Untersuchung in Österreich und der Schweiz. Online-Monographie. Universität Graz: UniPub.

Gerlinde Malli & Susanne Sackl (2013). „Interaktionsdynamiken in Expert_inneninterviews. Methodische Herausforderungen im Kontext der Hochschulforschung“, in: Kristina Binner, Bettina Kubicek, Anja Rozwandowicz & Lena Weber (Hg.): Die unternehmerische Hochschule aus der Perspektive der Geschlechterforschung. Zwischen Aufbruch und Beharrung. Münster: Dampfboot Verlag, S. 105-117.

Website http://sackl-sharif.net/
http://sackl-sharif.net/
Email susanne.sackl@gmx.net


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