Mapping interview transcript records: theoretical, technical and cartographic challenges

Scott Orford, Robert Berry, Richard Fry, Gary Higgs

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    Abstract

    This presentation presents an initial overview of a Qualitative GIS project being
    developed by WISERD involving experts in GIS and spatial analysis collaborating with qualitative researchers, some of whom come from disciplinary backgrounds not associated with spatial literacy. The presentation will describe and give examples of the process of geo-tagging interview transcript records created as part of the qualitative GIS research programme and the issues that emerged in working with qualitative researchers with respect to disclosive mapping, the generation of spatial metrics and the interpretation of spatial patterns and metrics with respect to the context of the qualitative interviews.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of GISRUK 2012
    PublisherLancaster University
    Number of pages9
    Publication statusPublished - Apr 2012

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