• Transcribing interviews

    This was never my dream, but it has almost been my entire thesis up until recently. In this post, I will describe what my interviews have been about, and how I have structured my transcription. What did my data consist of? The raw interviews consists of 22 audio files, on average about 30 minutes long. The longest interview was 46 minutes, and the shortest one was only 19 minutes – in total 11 hours of recording. Each interview consisted of two parts of content: A qualitative first part assessing general characteristics of the participant and also preparing the participant for the second part of the interview which was directly related…

  • Master thesis

    I recently got my thesis contract approved, which means I finally have a deadline to go with for my thesis project: October 2019. The project itself will be similar to my bachelor’s. I will continue to research using MAMCR on the FCI, focusing on topics such as validity, consistency in analysis results, besides fundamentally continuing on developing the algorithm in its own. As of now, I am busy transcribing interviews on participants in the current (new) cohort. The transcripts will be used for a network analysis in order to compare the student’s line of thought on the various items compared to the ‘taxonomy’ Hestenes and Jackson did in 2010 on…