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MAXQDA Professional Trainer:
Tijana Karić, PhD

Language(s)English, Serbian
LocationNovi Sad, Serbia
RadiusSerbia, Montenegro, Kosovo, Albania, North Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania

Standard Workshops

  • Starter Workshop
  • Advanced Workshops

Method-Focused Workshops

  • Qualitative Evaluation
  • Mixed Methods

Other types of workshops

  • Focus groups
  • Content Analysis
  • Interviews
Methodological Expertise
  • Content Analysis
  • Mixed Methods
  • Focus group analysis
  • Inductive and deductive content analysis
  • Qualitative research
Consulting Services

Consultation services for individuals and research groups in social research, social research organizations and institutions.


I have applied a mixed method approach in my PhD. The first part included qualitative data analysis, i.e. focus groups analysis, which was later used as a basis for the quantitative part. Mixed methods are pretty challenging and complex, but my firm belief is that they are often the best way to approach a certain topic.

My main interests are intergroup relations, conflicts and reconciliation; however, I have also done newspaper articles analysis using MAXQDA. I am constantly trying to apply novel methodology to more or less well-researched topics and identify aspects that are not so obvious based only on quantitative data.

Seminars and workshops are not new to me, since I have conducted as well as attended many and personally love to develop and grow professionally.

I am a firm believer that MAXQDA is one of the best qualitative analysis programs there is and I am a very satisfied user. If you want to get to know the program or consult on methodology that would involve working with MAXDA, I am here for you.

Relevant Publications

Karić, T. (2019). Is this my country? Identification with national symbols in Serbs and Bosniaks in B&H. Zbornik Instituta za kriminološka I sociološka istraživanja, 4 (in press).

Karić, T. Mihić, I., Jerković, I., Šćepović, M. (2013).  Family of origin experience and attachment of the convicted offenders.   In: Jerković, I., Kamenov, Ž. (Eds.), Values, attitudes and roles – Transgenerational perspective (p. 35-47).  Novi Sad: Faculty of Philosophy.

Karić, T., Međedović, J., Petrović, B. (2019). Unequal treatment of individuals on which medical safety measures are imposed? The characteristics of individuals and safety measures. Institute of Criminological and Sociological Research: Thematic conference proceedings of international significance, 181-194.

Karić, T., Mihić, V., Ruiz Jiménez, J. A. (2017). Stereotypes in young Serbs about Croats and Bosniaks provoked by the collective memory stimuli. Primenjena psihologija, 10(4), 437-462.

Karić, T., Lakić, S., Međedović, J., Petrović, B., Radetić Lovrić, S., Radović, O. (2019). Does the Ethos of Conflict structure differ in different contexts? A network analysis. Oral presentation at the 24th International scientific conference Days of Ramiro and Zoran Bujas, April 11-13th, 2019, Zagreb, Croatia. The book of abstracts, p. 98.

Karić, T., Međedović, J., Petrović, B., Radetić Lovrić, S., Radović, O. (2018). The structure of the Ethos of Conflict of Serbs from Serbia, Republika Srpska and Kosovo. Oral presentation at the scientific conference Psychological aspects of political reality, Banja Luka, October 12-13th, 2018.  The book of abstracts, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Philosophy, Banja Luka, p. 10.

Karić, T., Mihić, V. (2019). Coexistence or acceptance? Lay people definitions of reconciliation in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Oral presentation at the scientific conference Current trends in Psychology, Novi Sad, October 24-27th, 2019. The book of abstracts, Faculty of Philosophy, Novi Sad, p. 13-14. ISBN: 978-86-6065-541-9.

Karić, T. (2020). Social construction of reconciliation between Serbs and Bosniaks in Bosnia and Herzegovina (unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Karić T., Mihić, V. (2020). Construing reconciliation – lay people definitions in Bosnia and Herzegovina: a qualitative approach. Primenjena psihologija, 13(2), 211-242.


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