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The Consortium on Qualitative Research Methods (CQRM) promotes the teaching and use of qualitative research methods in the social sciences. Our activities include the annual Institute for Qualitative and Multi-Method Research (IQMR) , which in 2012 celebrated its 11th anniversary, and a Research Group that encourages the development of qualitative and multi-method research techniques. The American Political Science Association's Organized Section on Qualitative and Multi-Method Research promotes research and training focused on the several branches of methodology associated with the qualitative tradition. The section organizes panels, roundtables, and short courses at APSA's annual meeting, and publishes the semi-annual Qualitative and Multi-Method Research Newsletter . <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
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Deux séminaires donnés pas Christophe Lejeune un collègue de l’Université de Liège, spécialiste des méthodologies qualitatives, sociologue des sciences et développeur en logiciel libre. Il a développé le logiciel libre "Cassandre" qui permet l’analyse qualitative collective des données. Il viendra nous présenter ce logiciel à l’occasion de ce séminaire du 26 septembre. Christophe Lejeune animera au LabCMO ce séminaire de 9h30 à midi le vendredi 26 septembre : "Quand l’analyse qualitative devient collective : le logiciel libre Cassandre" Résumé :