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WASP (Write a Scientific Paper): Using correspondence analysis to investigate qualitative data elicited through photographs

Mary Anne Lauri, Josef Lauri
Early Human Development 2019 April 1
Images can be helpful for eliciting data in the form of responses from participants. Sometimes photographs can help participants speak about issues, events, thoughts and emotions which they find difficult to talk about. This paper discusses how photos can be used and how the data collected through their use in a discussion can be analysed using Correspondence Analysis (CA). Although CA is considered a quantitative tool for analysing data, this paper describes how it can be used with qualitative data.


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