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Please bear with me through this very strange period – I really appreciate your support, and will do my best to make sure that your order reaches you in good time.
‘Themes Do Not Emerge!’ soft enamel lapel pin.
Pin badge measures approximately 24mm, and has two deluxe pin backings that will ensure your pin stays safely wherever you choose to put it.
Comes with ‘Science On A Postcard’ backing.
This pin was designed after a Twitter conversation between myself (@heidirgardner and @scienceona), the Qualitative Research in Trials Centre at NUI Galway (@QUESTSCentre), and brilliant qualitative researchers Associate Professor Victoria Clarke (@drvicclarke) and Professor Virginia Braun (@ginnybraun).
Both Victoria Clarke and Virginia Braun are known within the qualitative research world for saying ‘themes do not emerge’ – head over to this Twitter thread to find out exactly why saying that ‘themes emerged’ is so problematic: https://twitter.com/drvicclarke/status/1014814432139141121
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