Young researchers’ working group on joint interpretation

The idea for a working group on inter­pre­ta­tion first came up in 2014 at the annual con­fe­rence of the GPJE in Halle. Back then, the young rese­ar­chers foun­ded their own working group on joint inter­pre­ta­tion, led by David Jahr, Farina Nagel, Ben­ja­min Moritz and Ste­fa­nie Kess­ler. They met on a regu­lar basis in order to jointly inter­pret dif­fe­rent empi­ri­cal data. The group mainly used the docu­men­tary method accord­ing to Ralf Bohnsack.

In July 2020, the tra­di­tion was res­to­red. Since then, there are mon­thly vir­tual mee­tings taking place again, con­ti­nuing the work by jointly inter­pre­ting empi­ri­cal data. Non-vir­tual con­fe­ren­ces are about to take place in the future, too.

Throughout the working group mee­tings, dif­fe­rent qua­li­ta­tive methods are being used. All mem­bers can bring their own empi­ri­cal data, which will be interpreted/reconstructed tog­e­ther, accord­ing to the rules of the respec­tive method.

Inte­res­ted par­ties with and without pre­vious expe­ri­ence are wel­come to par­ti­ci­pate and to bring their own material.

Please con­tact: Anna Kreke­ler krekeler@politik.uni-mainz.de

 

Pre­vious conferences:

  • March 2016, Uni­ver­sity of Duis­burg-Essen (Orga­ni­sa­tion: Farina Nagel)
  • Decem­ber 2015, Uni­ver­sity of Leip­zig (Orga­ni­sa­tion: David Jahr)
  • June 2015, Max-Planck-Insti­tute for the Study of Social Sci­en­ces, Colo­gne (Orga­ni­sa­tion: Jiska Gojowczyk)
  • Febru­ary 2015, Frankfurt/M. (Orga­ni­sa­tion: Marie Winck­ler, Uni­ver­si­tät Marburg)
  • Octo­ber 2014, Uni­ver­sity of Jena (Orga­ni­sa­tion: Ste­fa­nie Kess­ler und Ben­ja­min Moritz)