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Conclusion: What is the ‘Value Added’ of Multi-method, Transnational Research?


Pilkington, Hilary; Franc, Renata; Pollock, Gary
Conclusion: What is the ‘Value Added’ of Multi-method, Transnational Research? // Understanding Youth Participation Across Europe From Survey to Ethnography / Pilkington, Hilary ; Pollock, Gary ; Franc, Renata (ur.).
London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. str. 317-329


Naslov
Conclusion: What is the ‘Value Added’ of Multi-method, Transnational Research?

Autori
Pilkington, Hilary ; Franc, Renata ; Pollock, Gary

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, -, pregledni

Knjiga
Understanding Youth Participation Across Europe From Survey to Ethnography

Urednik/ci
Pilkington, Hilary ; Pollock, Gary ; Franc, Renata

Izdavač
Palgrave Macmillan

Grad
London

Godina
2018

Raspon stranica
317-329

ISBN
978-1-137-59007-7

Ključne riječi
MYPLACE project, case study approach, survey, qualitative data, triangulation, mixed method, youth, politics, activism

Sažetak
Qualitative dataThis concluding chapter reflects on the challenges of conducting ‘complex’ social science research using the experience of the MYPLACE project. It recognises the compromises to methodological conformism necessary for its successful implementation and seeks to elicit the ‘value added’ gained. It explores, specifically, whether: the case study based survey allowed a more nuanced understanding of difference ; the transnational comparison of qualitative data allowed conclusions to be drawn beyond the single case ; and the triangulation of data brought new insight beyond that offered by survey or qualitative data alone. It concludes that the value added of the MYPLACE project is heightened elucidation of the meaning young people attach to politics and activism and thus why they choose, or choose not, to participate politically and civically.

Projekt / tema
EK-FP7-266831 (, EK - FP7-SSH-2010-1)

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Sociologija, Psihologija