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Total Credits: .5 Advance Credits

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Categories:
Moderating/Facilitation |  Research Design
Duration:
25 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
In this featured presentation, Malena will leverage her education in psychotherapy as well as her extensive qualitative experience to examine some thought-provoking questions about ourselves as researchers, looking into how our work shapes us as consumers and how our consumerism shapes us as researchers.
Non-Member Price:
$20.00
Price with Discount:
$0.00

On Demand

Total Credits: .5 Advance Credits

Average Rating:
   3
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
Qual researchers have a unique storytelling ability that for many of us has expanded beyond report writing and into published work like blogs, articles, and books. As luck would have it, three of our own peers are hosting a conversation to chat about their experiences expanding their work into the publishing world
Non-Member Price:
$20.00
Price with Discount:
$0.00

On Demand

Total Credits: .5 Advance Credits

Average Rating:
   3
Categories:
Communication
Duration:
20 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
In this session we will touch on Bourdieu’s social capital theory and the co-creation mapping which led the team to reconsider how they thought about the target segment and their behaviors when acquiring and sharing family history knowledge.
Non-Member Price:
$20.00
Price with Discount:
$0.00

On Demand

Total Credits: 1 Advance Credits

Average Rating:
   3
Categories:
Analysis & Reporting |  Research Design
Duration:
1 Hour 19 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
LIVE RECORDING from Conference! In order to understand the future of qual, we need to revisit its history. 

On Demand

Total Credits: .5 Advance Credits

Average Rating:
   3
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
New for 2023! Our version of ‘fight club’ is a mash up between the Family Feud, the riff off from the Pitch Perfect films and your high school debate club. All the entertainment and pace of the Family Feud with our young pro host Jacque Barbush bringing the questions, all the team competition of the riff off, and the debate process of your high school debate team. Teams facing off include the Spirits (past winners of the Maryanne Pflug Spirit Award) vs Young Pros (members of the Young Professionals Committee)
Non-Member Price:
$20.00
Price with Discount:
$0.00

On Demand

Total Credits: 1 Advance Credits

Average Rating:
   9
Categories:
Analysis & Reporting |  Research Design
Duration:
1 Hour 7 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
In order to understand the future of qual, we need to revisit its history. 
Non-Member Price:
$20.00
Price with Discount:
$0.00

Program

Total Credits: 9 including 9 Advance Credits

Average Rating:
   54
Duration:
31 sessions

On Demand

Total Credits: .5 Advance Credits

Average Rating:
   2
Categories:
Business Practices |  Research Design
Duration:
36 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
If 2023 is the year of Data Privacy Laws, it will be important to balance with the perspective of those who will be using the Internet and social media for years to come. Gen Z and Alpha are truly our pioneers in this whole new world of data privacy.
Non-Member Price:
$20.00
Price with Discount:
$0.00

On Demand

Total Credits: .5 Advance Credits

Average Rating:
   3
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
Continue the morning's inspirational "Back to the Future" journey in an interactive session brainstorming how qualitative's future evolution and your qualitative skill sets open new doors for the next stage in your career.
Non-Member Price:
$20.00
Price with Discount:
$0.00

On Demand

Average Rating:
   3
Duration:
3 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
Taste, touch and smell your way through this interactive workshop! Join curious researchers who want to capture more holistic insights about human emotions that can’t be expressed purely through the spoken language and are often hidden to others by cultural norms and biases.

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