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Marie-Hélène Paré

Universitat Oberta de Catalunya

https://ecpr.eu/profile/Marie-HélèneParé

About

Marie-Hélène Paré is an eLearning consultant who lectures program evaluation in the Master in Health Social Work at the Open University of Catalonia, and a qualitative data analysis consultant. She was educated in Quebec, Beirut and Oxford where she read social work. In the early 90s, she took part in fact-finding missions on human rights violations in Peru, Nicaragua, Honduras and the Philippines which were central to her decision to choose social work to ignite social change, and not only be the witness of. After years of clinical practice, she moved abroad to work in psychosocial interventions in humanitarian settings for MSF, MDM, and UNRWA in Sierra Leone, South Lebanon, and in Palestinian refugee camps. It is while conducting grounded theory research on honour killings in Lebanon in 2003 that she discovered the power of qualitative research, and a passion for qualitative analysis. More than a decade later, Marie-Hélène has lectured on the practices and approaches of qualitative data analysis in more than forty universities and research centres worldwide. Since 2009 she is annual instructor at the ECPR Summer and Winter Schools where she teaches Introduction to NVivo, the award-winning course Qualitative Data Analysis: Concepts and Procedures and Advanced Qualitative Data Analysis, and also teaches at the National University of Singapore's Summer School. Marie-Hélène is a Premium Certified Trainer for NVivo software and teaches NVivo online and onsite for QSR International. Her methodological interests lie in qualitative data analysis, qualitative evidence synthesis, emancipatory social sciences, indigenous epistemologies, and participatory methodologies.

Research Interests

Human Rights, Social Justice, Knowledge, Constructivism, Critical Theory, Feminism, Methods, Qualitative, Realism, Mixed Methods, Narratives, NGOs

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