Presentation on theme: "The Possibilities of Narrative Analysis for Paradata: An Historically Situated Exploration NOVELLA: Ann Phoenix Janet Boddy Heather Elliott HUB: Ros Edwards."— Presentation transcript:
The Possibilities of Narrative Analysis for Paradata: An Historically Situated Exploration NOVELLA: Ann Phoenix Janet Boddy Heather Elliott HUB: Ros Edwards
Peter Townsend Poverty in the UK: A Survey of Household Resources and Standards of Living 1967-69 3566 households, 9584 people 630 parliamentary constituencies with 4 special areas Over 50 field interviewers Aimed to define and measure poverty Comprehensive range of resources in peoples lives
Over-arching aim: To investigate the possibilities of narrative analysis for paradata, and attendant ethical issues, through working with historically situated archived data Specifics: * Possibilities of narrative analysis for marginalia in Townsends Poverty in the UK survey material. * Secondary narrative analysis with data not collected for this purpose. * Historically situated narrative analysis. * Ethical tensions for survey interviewers and implications for contemporary fieldwork. * Framework for the collection and understanding of contemporary paradata.
Poverty in the UK survey booklets – ESDS Qualidata Archive