TY - BOOK ID - 24864 TI - Eläytymismenetelmä 2017 AU - Mäenpää, Tiina AU - Wallin, Anna AU - Eskola, Jari PY - 2017 SN - 9789520305970 DB - DOAB KW - immigrants KW - university of tampere KW - all-round education KW - integration KW - universities KW - recruiting KW - students KW - method of empathy based stories KW - well-being at work KW - knowledge of languages KW - teachers KW - schools KW - higher upper secondary school KW - educational institution safety UR - https://www.doabooks.org/doab?func=search&query=rid:24864 AB - "Tampere3 project, general knowledge, multicultural education, relocation of upper secondary school in a university campus, educational institution safety, wellbeing at work, successful recruitment process – these topics are discussed in eleven articles of this publication. The empirical data of these articles was collected during winter 2016-2017. Method of empathy based stories (MEBS) is a method for collecting qualitative data in which respondents write a story based on an orientation text, usually referred to as a frame story or a script. At least two different frame stories/scripts need to be formulated. MEBS data analysis is two-fold: firstly qualitative data analysis is based on the thematic framework of the research, furthermore the analysis imitates an empirical study and highlights the influence of the alteration of one factor in the frame story. MEBS has been utilized increasingly in various research fields in Finland since 1982. MEBS is in principle flexible and easy-to-use method, therefore it can be applied to explore a variety of research questions. The topics researched can be theoretically sophisticated and structured. They can be based on earlier research as well as to solve questions of more pragmatic nature.
Despite the ostensible simplicity of using MEBS, many aspects need careful consideration and decisions need to be made especially in the data collection phase. So the last chapter of the publication concentrates on the formulation process of frame stories and data collection in an increasingly digitalized and diversified society.
This publication is the first volume of the yearbook series introducing MEBS and research." ER -