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International MAXQDA Users Conference MQIC 2019 (27 February 1 March 2019, Berlin, Germany)
Soloshchenko Natalia

PhD student, Lomonosov Moscow State University

119192, Russia, g. Moscow, Lomonosovskii prospekt, 27, korp. 4

soloshchenko-natalya@yandex.ru

 

 

Abstract.

The article reviews the content and the main features of the conference of researchers working with MAXQDA program. The MQIC conference is an event organized annually by VERBI Software GmbH in Berlin. The topicality of the article is in growing popularity of MAXQDA among historians. This software is increasingly used to analyze narrative historical sources. The article briefly describes analytical tools of MAXQDA (emphasizing its application in the field of historical research), reviews sections, seminars, round tables and other events held at MQIC 2019 conference as well as examines the main features of their organization and topics addressed. The article concludes that this international scientific event is an excellent opportunity to learn how to use MAXQDA not only at the basic level, but also at the advanced level as well as exchange contacts with international colleagues. 

Keywords: international conference, software, content analysis, MAXQDA, quantitative data analysis, qualitative data analysis, narrative historical sources, MQIC, mixed methods, historical research

DOI:

10.7256/2585-7797.2019.2.29831

Article was received:

22-05-2019


Review date:

23-05-2019


Publish date:

17-07-2019


This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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