MAXQDA Professional Trainer


 
Trainer Mingying ZhengMingying Zheng
Workshop language(s) Chinese (Mandarin), English
Location Lincoln, Nebraska, U.S.A.Lincoln, Nebraska, U.S.A.
Radius USA, ChinaUSA, China
Workshops

Standard

  • Starter Workshop
  • Advanced Workshops

Method Focus

  • Visualizations
  • Qualitative Evaluation
  • Mixed Methods
  • Audio-Video Analysis

Standard

  • Starter Workshop
  • Advanced Workshops

Method Focus

  • Visualizations
  • Qualitative Evaluation
  • Mixed Methods
  • Audio-Video Analysis
Methodological Expertise

Qualitative research, quantitative research, and mixed methods research

Qualitative research, quantitative research, and mixed methods research

Consulting Services

Consulting in social sciences and health sciences, individual classes

Consulting in social sciences and health sciences, individual classes

Experience

I have been using MAXQDA since 2014. As a teaching assistant, I taught both master and doctoral students how to use MAXQDA in their research studies, As a consultant, I offered consultations to my clients about MAXQDA at the University of Nebraska Lincoln.

I have been using MAXQDA since 2014. As a teaching assistant, I taught both master and doctoral students how to use MAXQDA in their research studies, As a consultant, I offered consultations to my clients about MAXQDA at the University of Nebraska Lincoln.

Relevant Publications

Tidball, S., Zheng, M., & Creswell, J. (2016). Buying sex from girls and women:  NGOs, law enforcement officials, and public officials speak out about human trafficking. Gender Issues, 33: 53-68.

Zheng, M. (2015). Conceptualization of cross-sectional mixed methods studies in health sciences: A methodological review. International Journal of Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods, 3-2: 66-87.

Tidball, S., Zheng, M., & Creswell, J. (2016). Buying sex from girls and women:  NGOs, law enforcement officials, and public officials speak out about human trafficking. Gender Issues, 33: 53-68.

Zheng, M. (2015). Conceptualization of cross-sectional mixed methods studies in health sciences: A methodological review. International Journal of Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods, 3-2: 66-87.

Email emilyzheng7569@gmail.com


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