MQIC 2017 – Poster Awards

The 2017 poster session was held on Thursday, March 2nd 2017. The MQIC exhibited 17 posters by researchers from 10 countries.

Congratulations to the three winners of the MQIC Poster Award. Each winner received a grant of 200 Euros! Below you will find the pictures of the poster award ceremony and posters that were presented at the MQIC 2017.

Poster Awards

Poster Award winners (in alphabetical order). Click the poster titles to view each poster.

Developing Business Diversification Strategy: Analysing, Market, Economioc and Legal Business Environment with MAXQDA 12
Dr. Mahmud Syaltout, Muhammad Zulkarnain, Alfon Satria Harbi, ANP-INSIGHT, Jakarta, Indonesia.

The Magic of Data Analysis – Analysing documents of witchcraft-trials with MAXQDA
Andreas Müller, Economic and Social History, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria.

Variable Nature of Reality
Hüseyin Emre Coşkun, Izmir Graduate School of Social Sciences, Izmir Katip Çelebi University, Turkey.

All of the posters from the MQIC 2017

  1. MAXQDA in Schools
    Phillip, Boddin, Max-Delbrück-Gymnasium, Berlin, Germany.

  2. Between robin hoods and peter pans. Political participation of youth in slovenia
    Urban Boljka, PhD, Social Protection Institute of the Republic of Slovenia, Slovenia.

  3. The Bibliography Analysis with MAXQDA
    Antoni Casasempere-Satorres, Maria Luisa Vercher-Ferrándiy, cualssoft – Qualitative Research Consulting Services, Spain.

  4. Variable nature of reality
    Hüseyin Emre Coşkun, Izmir Graduate School of Social Sciences, Izmir Katip Çelebi University, Turkey.

  5. Analysis of classroom conflicts: The implementation of specific research steps using MAXQDA for qualitative data analysis
    Markus Dormann, Professur für Wirtschaftspädagogik, Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg, Germany.

  6. Interdisciplinarity – All Beginnings Are Difficult. A Model for successfully starting Interdisciplinarity
    Stefanie Pfisterer-Heise, Mirjam Braßler, Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie, Universität Hamburg, Germany.

  7. Health Goes Online: A Netnographic Analysis of Online Health Communities
    Bettina Kriegl, Prof. Dr. Andrea Raab, Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt,Ingolstadt, Germany.

  8. The Magic of Data Analysis. Analysing documents of witchcraft-trials with MAXQDA
    Andreas Müller (MA-Student), Department of Economic and Social History, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria.

  9. Visual methods in MAXQDA: The case of grounded theory and shooting script approach
    Marta Musilová, Departement of Sociology, Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Czech Republic.

  10. Validation of inductive code building by means of Exploratory Factor Analysis
    Ann-Cathrin Obermeier, Institut für Erziehungswissenschaft, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Münster, Germany.

  11. Qualitative Video Analysis of Generalist Music Teachers` Classroom Practice of Informed Music Practice at German Primary Schools using MAXQDA
    Steven Schiemann, Institut für Musik, Pädagogische Hochschule Freiburg, Germany.

  12. Euthanasia in small animal practice – Scopes of responsibilities
    Svenja Springer, Sonja Hartnack, Yves Moens, Herwig Grimm, Unit of Ethics and Human-Animal Studies, Messerli Research Institute, University of Veterinary Medicine, Medical University of Vienna, Austria, Section of Epidemiology, Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Zurich & Clinical Unit of Anaesthesiology and Perioperative Intensive-Care Medicine, University of Veterinary Medicine.

  13. Visualizing grounded theory: using MAXQDA data visuals to refine code systems and identify emergent themes
    Dr. Summer Starling, Public Health Institute, University of California Berkley, USA.

  14. A “2 in 1” tool: The summary grid
    Ráchel Surányi, Sociology PhD, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary.

  15. Developing Business Diversification Strategy: Analysing, Market, Economic and Legal Business Environment with MAXQDA 12
    Dr. Mahmud Syaltout, Muhammad Zulkarnain, Alfon Satria Harbi, ANP-INSIGHT, Jakarta, Indonesia.

  16. Stakeholder Analysis In Social Research. The Discourse of the actors involved in Local Development (Ecuador)
    Diana M. Vicuña, Javier Esparcia Pérez, Institut Interuniversitari de Desenvolupament Local, Universitat de València, Spain.

  17. Health and educational inclusion in Ecuador: social research supported on qualitative tools
    Jhonny S. Villafuerte, Teresa Zambrano, Xavier Ramírez, Santos Bravo, Karen Corral, Universidad Laica Eloy Alfaro de Manabí, Ecuador, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Ecuador, Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas, Ecuador, Universidad Técnica Luis Vargas Torres, Esmeraldas, Ecuador, Basque Country University, Spain, SENESCYT, Ecuador.