The following are recent publications by members of the QDAS consortium.
Christina Silver & Nicholas H. Woolf From guided-instruction to facilitation of learning: the development of Five-level QDA as a CAQDAS pedagogy that explicates the practices of expert users. International Journal of Social Research Methodology. Volume 18, Issue 5
Bulloch, S. L, (2013) Seeking Construct Validity in Interpersonal Trust Research: A Proposal on Linking Theory and Survey Measures, Social Indicators Research, Volume 113, Issue 3, pp 1289-1310
Rose Lindsey & Sarah Bulloch (forthcoming) A sociologist’s field notes to the Mass Observation Archive: a consideration of the challenges of ‘re-using’ Mass Observation data in a longitudinal mixed-methods study of civic engagement.Sociological Research Online Volume 19 Issue 3 (Special Issue on Mass Observation as Method)
Christina Silver & Ann Lewins (2014, 2nd Edition) Using Software in Qualitative Research : A Step-by-Step Guide, Sage Publications
Christina Silver & Jennifer Patashnick (2011) ‘Finding Fidelity : Advancing Audiovisual Analysis using Software’, FQS 12(1), Thematic Issue: Is Qualitative Software Really Comparable?
Christina Silver & Ann Lewins (2010) ‘Computer Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis’ in Penelope Peterson, Eva Baker, Barry McGaw (Editors), International Encyclopedia of Education, Vol 6, pp 326-334. Oxford: Elsevier
Christina Silver & Nigel Fielding (2008) Using Computer Packages in Qualitative Research, in Willig C & Stainton-Rogers W (eds.) The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Research in Psychology, London, Sage Publications.
Jennifer L Patashnick and Michael Rich (2005) “Researching human experience: Video Intervention/Prevention Assessment (VIA)” Australasian Journal of Information Systems 12() 103-111
Rich, Michael; Polvinen, Julie; Patashnick, Jennifer L. (2005) “Visual narratives of the pediatric illness experience: Children communicating with clinicians through video” Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America 14() 571-587