MAXQDA Professional Trainer:
Dr. Leandro Mahalem de Lima
|Language(s)||English, French, Portuguese (Brasil)|
|Location||Sao Paulo, Brazil|
Other types of workshops:
Research Design, Text Analysis, Interview Analysis, Qualitative evaluation, Mapping and Visualization, Kinship and Network Analysis, Elicitation Techniques, Spatial Data Mapping, Comparative Approaches, Archival and Primary Data Analysis.
I hold a PhD in Social Anthropology (2015) from the University of Sao Paulo (Brazil). I began using MAXQDA in 2015, on a cross-cultural project about models of nature and climate change perceptions, on which ethnographers working in several continents agreed to explore a blended set of qualitative and quantitative strategies. My contribution focused indigenous dwellers in the Amazon River adjacencies, among which I have been conducting ethnographic research since 2008. I used MAXQDA to analyze a set a 15 free-lists and 18 interviews at the word-, sentence-, and discourse-levels, combining word frequency, semantic role, causal relations, and reasoning analysis.
Since 2015, I have been testing and broadening my skills on the many functions and tools provided by MAXQDA. I also have experience with other software for Network Analysis, Visualization, and Mapping.
De Lima, L. M. “‘Plants are cooking under the soil’: food production, models of nature and perceptions of climate change among indigenous peasants in Amazonia, Brazil”. In: Bennardo, G. (Ed.). Cultural Models of Nature: Primary Food Producers and Climate Change. New York: Routledge, 2019. - coming soon
De Lima, Leandro Mahalem. “Analyzing and Mapping Word Frequencies in Interviews using MAXQDA 2018”. MAXQDA Research Blog, 2019. https://www.maxqda.com/mapping-word-frequencies
De Lima, Leandro Mahalem. “Mapping Climate Change Perceptions with MAXQDA 2018”. MAXQDA Research Blog, 2019. https://www.maxqda.com/mapping-word-frequencieshttps://www.maxqda.com/climate-change-content-analysis
|Phone||+55 11 99368 5711|