Web Guide (GPG)

webguide iconCase study: The role of the moderators in focus group interviews: Practical considerations
Focus group interviews are an increasingly popular, albeit poorly documented, tool in education research. This case study details the authors first experiences of using a focus group interview in a small-scale qualitative inquiry and documents some of the practical issues surrounding the responsibilities of focus group moderators. A redefinition of the facilitative, recording, checking and analytical roles of the Moderator and Assistant Moderator is considered.
webguide iconWhy theory is essential: the relationship between theory, analysis and data
Issues relating to why theories of linguistics have such an important place in the academic discipline

LLAS Event

llasevent iconResources and techniques for teaching Linguistics
Event date: 20 June, 2003
Location: CILT, London