On this website you will find:

Datasets: Copies of the two datasets used throughout the book and worked examples and chapter-related teaching and learning activities.

Resources to help with understanding the process: Detailed examples which help illustrate points made, and provide a richer level of detail than those in the book, including familiarisation notes, data and coding examples, and examples of thematic analysis reports

Activities for learning: Activities designed to develop your skills for doing thematic analysis and to refresh your understanding of key concepts

Evaluation resources: Resources designed to help you evaluate already published thematic analysis reports, or even your own work

Teaching resources: Resources intended to facilitate teaching of reflexive TA, including PowerPoints to help with lectures, ideas for classroom activities, and a full-length additional online-only chapter on teaching and supervising TA

Just click on the links to the left.

Visit the Resource Map to access the resources by type.

Additional online resources

For advice to support your studies visit the SAGE Study Skills website for videos, quizzes and tips to help with your essay and dissertation writing, presentations, literature reviews and more.

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