MAXQDA Professional Trainer:
Maria Carinnes P. Alejandria
|Language(s)||English, Filipino (Bicolano)|
|Radius||Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Brunei, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand|
Qualitative Evaluation, Content Analysis, Online Research, Grounded Theory
Consulting Research Groups in Social Research for Anthropology and Sociology specifically on food insecurity, intergenerational studies, localizing disaster response, public health (communicable and non-communicable diseases), program evaluation, and cultural tourism.
I have been a MAXQDA user since 2010 as a lead research associate of the university working on projects funded and supported by WHO, UNDP, ADB, the Philippine Government, and Brown University. My training is in the field of anthropology and sociology. I have started delivering trainings in the Philippines in 2013 to students and faculty members. I specifically tie up my MAXQDA training with that of Qualitative Design and Grounded Theory Approach being trained by the Grounded Theory Institute. To date, I have also completed program evaluations for international organizations for their internal efficiency audits which required the translation of interview notes to quantitative data sets.
Alejandria, M.C.P., De Vergara, T.I.M. & Colmenar, K.P.M. The authentic balut: history, culture, and economy of a Philippine food icon. J. Ethn. Food 6, 16 (2019) doi:10.1186/s42779-019-0020-8
Alejandria, MC. (2019) "Surviving the Old Tides: Disaster Resilience Among Food-Insecure Older Adults in an Urban Poor Settlement in Manila" in Alejandria, MC; Smith, W. Disaster Achipelago: Locating Vulnerability and Resilience in the Philippines. MD: Lexington Books
Ancheta, A.; Batan, C.; Balita, D.A. ; Alejandria, MC. (2019) “Baha at mga bata” (flood and children): Exploring selected filipino children’s flood experiences, vulnerable contexts & resilience" in Alejandria, MC; Smith, W. Disaster Achipelago: Locating Vulnerability and Resilience in the Philippines. MD: Lexington Books
|Phone||63 2 7313535|