MAXQDA Professional Trainer:
Gvantsa Salukvadze

 
Language(s)English, Georgian
LocationTbilisi, Georgia
RadiusGeorgia, Europe, Asia
Workshops
  • Starter Workshop
  • Advanced Workshop
  • Data Visualizations (Method Focus)
  • Mixed Methods (Method Focus)
  • Focus Group (Method Focus)
  • Interviews (Method Focus)
  • Grounded Theory (Method Focus)
  • Theory building (Method Focus)
  • Narrative Analysis (Method Focus)
  • Mixing Methods and Data Types for Analysing open-ended questions (Method Focus)
Methodological Expertise

Grounded Theory, Qualitative Data Analysis, In-depth Interviews, Content Analysis

Consulting Services

Consulting Research Groups/Individuals

Experience

Since 2014 I have been regularly using MAXQDA daily. My first experience using MAXQDA was during the study of socioeconomic development trends under rapid tourism furtherance in mountainous Georgia. The research was conducted in the frame of an international project “AMIESII: Scenario Development for Sustainable Land Use in the Greater Caucasus, Georgia”.

Throughout these years, I used MAXQDA in several local and international impactful scientific research projects funded by Volkswagen Foundation, Austrian Development Cooperation, Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation, etc., Moreover, based on the revealed findings through indepth and transparent data analysis in MAXQDA several articles have been published in the peerreviewed and impact factor Journals.

Right now, I am focusing on teaching MAXQDA courses primarily at Tbilisi State University and on offering consulting services to individuals or research teams, which work with qualitative methods, grounded theory, analysis of qualitative interviews or other textual data.

Relevant Publications

Gugushvili, T., & Salukvadze, G. (2015). Formation of tourism services through Georgian culture: Example of Kazbegi Municipality. Journal of Tourism Theory and Research, 1(1), 68–77.

Gugushvili, T., & Salukvadze, G. (2016). Socio-cultural aspects of tourism services in Kazbegi. Proceedings of the International Student Conference in Tourism Research, 178–188.

Gugushvili, T., Salukvadze, G., Salukvadze, J. (2017). Fragmented Development: Tourism-driven Economic Changes in Kazbegi, Georgia. Annals of Agrarian Science, 1-6.

Gugushvili, T., Salukvadze, G., Leonhäuser, I-U., Durglishvili, N., Pavliashvili, N., Khelashvili, J., Salukvadze, J. (2020). Participatory Policy Review: “Supportive Tourism” Concept for Hand-inhand Mountain Economic Development. Annals of Agrarian Science. Accepted (upcoming)

Salukvadze, G., Backhaus, N., (2020). Is Tourism the Beginning or the End? Livelihoods of Georgian Mountain People at Stake. Mountain Research and Development (MRD). In Progress

Salukvadze, G., Gugushvili, T., Salukvadze, J. (2020). Spatial Peculiarities of Local Tourism Supply- Chains in High Mountainous Georgia: Challenges and Perspectives. European Journal of Geography. Accepted (upcoming)

Gugushvili, T., Salukvadze, G., Salukvadze, J. (2020). Has Traditional Georgian Hospitality Been Sustained Under Tourism Development? Evidence from the High-Mountainous Regions of Georgia. Mountain Research and Development (MRD). Accepted (upcoming)

 

Blog Articles and Posters:

From 'Whom' or 'What' do Protected Areas Shield the Environment? A Case Study from Mountainous Georgia

Linkages Between Tourism and Community-Driven Economic Activities: Shaping Sustainability in Mountain Regions

Using MAXQDA and MAXApp for Data Collection and Analysis in Tourism Studies

Website https://tsu-ge.academia.edu/GvantsaSalukvadze
https://www.linkedin.com/in/gvantsa-salukvadze
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Gvantsa_Salukvadze2
https://www.mrd-cau.net/people
http://caucasus-mt.net/resources/people/person/1183
Email gvantsa.salukvadze955@sps.tsu.edu.ge
g.salukvadze@hotmail.com


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