Analysis
Keeping Wartime Memories Alive
John Dias and Chloe BrownleeChapman
a·nal·y·sis [uh-nal-uh-sis]
What we found out about what
we found out…..
2. this process as a method of studying the
natur...
Research Cycle - Analysis
Doing It….
• Our analysis was very
important, it had to be
accessible and
include all of the
team.
• We didn’t use big
jar...
Analysis Process
• Used Analysis Sheets put together
by the co-researchers so all of the
information was in one place. It
...
Analysis Sheets
Results
• We didn’t find out what we
expected to find out!
• People’s lives had changed
at the same rate as other
Cumbrian...
Brief Notes on our Different Approaches to Analysis: Example 2
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Presentation by John Dias and Chloe Brownlee-Chapman (Carlisle People First Research Team) about their experiences of doing participatory data analysis. This presentation was part of a seminar, funded by the ESRC, focusing on participatory data analysis by and with people with learning disabilities

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Brief Notes on our Different Approaches to Analysis: Example 2

  1. 1. Analysis Keeping Wartime Memories Alive John Dias and Chloe BrownleeChapman
  2. 2. a·nal·y·sis [uh-nal-uh-sis] What we found out about what we found out….. 2. this process as a method of studying the nature of something or of determining its essential features and their relations: the analysis of a project.
  3. 3. Research Cycle - Analysis
  4. 4. Doing It…. • Our analysis was very important, it had to be accessible and include all of the team. • We didn’t use big jargon words.
  5. 5. Analysis Process • Used Analysis Sheets put together by the co-researchers so all of the information was in one place. It was colour coded. • We cut out the things we didn’t want/ need and got rid of the garbage. • Put the information together from each ‘theme’ and asked what that told us – About the war – About that Person – About that theme
  6. 6. Analysis Sheets
  7. 7. Results • We didn’t find out what we expected to find out! • People’s lives had changed at the same rate as other Cumbrian’s without Learning Difficulties.

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