Here’s our raw qualitative data generated from a semi-structured group elicitation using the index card method (2015-2016).
Semi-structured index card elicitation
- 2015 cohort (n=34): Index Cards 2015 (1st) | Index Cards 2015 (2nd)
- 2016 cohort (n=36): Index Cards 2016
- Data published/deposited: “Language Maps, Language Clouds” by Raniel Jardiel, Laura Mendez et al. (shu.edu)
Here, too, is our raw qualitative data generated from an online questionnaire that seeks to approximate the index card method. In 2016, a small pilot data set was collected with five volunteers from the same class. In 2017, we redesigned the questionnaire and began collecting data from participants recruited by members of the 2017 Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology cohort as well as by students from the 2017 Qualitative Research Methods Class. Two online methods were implemented in 2017, one using the online form but with the interviewer present, and another using the online form sent via email, group text or other electronic means, without an interviewer present.
- 2016 pilot cohort (n=5): first version online 2016
- 2017 cohort (n=90): second version online 2017