Promoting Qualitative Research

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Over the last few years, there has been a significant increase in demand for qualitative research consultancy and review services. This can be attributed to several factors, including: growing complexity of research projects and the need for specialized expertise; increased emphasis on evidence-based support for policy design and decision making in various sectors; rising demand for customized research solutions tailored to specific research needs; and increased emphasis of methodological and data traingulationin research to gain depth and validation. Qualitative research consultancy and review are essential for researchers and orgnisations seeking to understand the process and implementation of research for the targetted objectives. Qualitative research consultancy and review services can provide valuable theoretical and practical insights into research design, data collection, and data analysis, which can be used to conduct effective research, improve research process and outcome, and enhance growth and development. I am Azher Hameed Qamar and I did Ph.D in Interdisciplinary Child Research from Norway. I am an anthropologist, researcher, writer and teacher. Here you can learn about qualitative research through the free video lectures, articles, and talk with researchers. I can help you in qualitative research (design, data collection, data analysis, and review). Welcome to qualitative research consultancy and review services. Let us have a free talk on zoom to see how I can help you.



Qualitative Research


Free Video Lectures and Articles)

Researchers and professionals' perspectives and experiences can provide a great deal of theoretical and practical knowledge to conduct reseearch. These talks will help you to learn from their experiences.

SAFSI - Describing Pictures

An ethnographer's scientific task after fieldwork is to read, describe, and interpret the pictures. As a student and researcher in childhood studies, I was fascinated by the pictures' explicit and implicit details. Hence, I developed a picture reading technique that I used to read pictures as field notes. I named this technique 'SAFSI,' which stands for See, Ask, Find, See, and Interpret.
Unstructured Interviews – A Conversational Iceberg

I see unstructured interviews as a ‘conversation iceberg’ where the researcher uses the art of social interaction, reflexivity, and flexibility to gain the depth of required data. The conversation is directed by the researcher’s good listening skills and the participant’s trust and confidence to share his/her story.

@ ( Azher Hameed Qamar, Ph.D