MAXQDA Professional Trainer


 
Trainer Prof. Pamela FelderProf. Pamela Felder
Workshop language(s) English
Location Princess Anne, Maryland, USAPrincess Anne, Maryland, USA
Radius USA, Europe, AfricaUSA, Europe, Africa
Workshops
  • Starter Workshop
  • Starter Workshop
Methodological Expertise

The five traditions of qualitative research: Biography, Ethnography, Case Study, Phenomenology and Grounded Theory

The five traditions of qualitative research: Biography, Ethnography, Case Study, Phenomenology and Grounded Theory

Consulting Services

Consulting research groups in the social sciences with an emphasis on higher education research.

Consulting research groups in the social sciences with an emphasis on higher education research.

Experience

I have used MAXQDA to conduct my primary research that focuses on the racial and cultural experiences associated with doctoral student socialization.  I‘m committed to enhancing models of doctoral student socialization by focusing on the belief systems and behaviors of doctoral degree completers. I believe that an understanding of the doctorate has tremendous implications for learning and/or addressing many areas of higher education historically viewed as problematic. The foremost concern in my research is the discussion of inequity in access in postsecondary education. I examine the statistical trends and qualitative aspects of doctoral student socialization to explore pre-doctoral and post-doctoral degree experiences to understand the disciplinary experiences of emerging scholars as they transition into their professions.

I have used MAXQDA to conduct my primary research that focuses on the racial and cultural experiences associated with doctoral student socialization.  I‘m committed to enhancing models of doctoral student socialization by focusing on the belief systems and behaviors of doctoral degree completers. I believe that an understanding of the doctorate has tremendous implications for learning and/or addressing many areas of higher education historically viewed as problematic. The foremost concern in my research is the discussion of inequity in access in postsecondary education. I examine the statistical trends and qualitative aspects of doctoral student socialization to explore pre-doctoral and post-doctoral degree experiences to understand the disciplinary experiences of emerging scholars as they transition into their professions.

Relevant Publications

http://works.bepress.com/pamelapetreasefelder/

http://works.bepress.com/pamelapetreasefelder/

Website https://www.umes.edu/ORLD/Default.aspx?id=15806
https://www.umes.edu/ORLD/Default.aspx?id=15806
Email ppfelder@umes.edu
pamela.felder@gmail.com
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