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From Qualitative to Digital: A Policy of Digital Translation in Qualitative Research
[С Качественного На Дигитальный: Политика Цифрового Перевода В Качественных Исследованиях]

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  • Orlova, Galina (Орлова, Галина)

    () (Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA))

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The paper considers the opportunities, challenges and prospects of digitalization in qualitative social studies, whose representatives traditionally express skepticism and distrust regarding the use of digital technologies. Considering digital translation, the author believes that the reflexive mastering of technologies, contrary to the most terrible expectations, strengthens the positions of qualitative analytics, and does not weaken them. Using the example of developing a specialized software CAQDAS, creating a hypermedia environment for ethnography and epistemological experiments with qualitative data in the Obninsk digital project, various ways of going digital staying qualitative are described.

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  • Orlova, Galina (Орлова, Галина), 2017. "From Qualitative to Digital: A Policy of Digital Translation in Qualitative Research
    [С Качественного На Дигитальный: Политика Цифрового Перевода В Качественных Исследованиях]
    ," Working Papers 051728, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
  • Handle: RePEc:rnp:wpaper:051728
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