Women's Experiences of Labiaplasty
Depositor: Dr Tina Bedenik
Dr Tina Bedenik has deposited the qualitative interviews associated with her recent Phd thesis with the IQDA. These five in-depth qualitative interviews explore women's experiences of labiaplasty, a newly emerged procedure in the field of cosmetic industry. The in-depth interviews took place with adult women who underwent the surgery in the period 2012-2016 in the UK and South America, and were conducted by Dr Tina Bedenik as part of her Phd thesis research. Access to the interviews is restricted to teaching and research use only. Other documentation, interview schedule, consent form and information sheet, associated with the project is on open access.
Find more information about this collection and access the data at the Digital Repository of Ireland: https://repository.dri.ie/catalog/kh04t467h
Recall Initiative: from Memory and Life History, to Ireland and History
Depositor: Dr Andrew Allen
The Recall Initiative Project is investigating the effect of reminiscence on memory and well being. They are holding 6-week groups for people aged 60 years or over, exploring positive memories from history and people’s pasts, as well as conducting research on memory and well-being. With the permission of the interviewees these accounts are being preserved for the long term in the IQDA for use by both other reminiscence groups and researchers.
They include memories of the Pope’s visit to Ireland, trips to the cinema, childhood illness and the 1966 commemorations.
Initial audio clips from the interviews have been archived in the Digital Repository of Ireland and can be found here https://repository.dri.ie/catalog/wp98p078n.
RACcER: Re-use and Archiving of Complex Community-Based Evaluation Research
Depositor: Tallaght West Childhood Development Initiative
Tallaght West Childhood Development Initiative (CDI) is one of three ‘Prevention and Early Intervention’ sites co-funded by the Department of Children and Youth Affairs (DCYA) and The Atlantic Philanthropies. Adminstrative data (minutes from bord and internal development team meetings, minutes from community of practice meetings, agendas and other administrative documentation) from the 2007 - 2009 period has been archived with the IQDA.
Find more information about this collection and access the data at the Digital Repository of Ireland: https://repository.dri.ie/catalog/tq5829798
Publications associated with this data collection
Murphy, Tara, Aileen O’Carroll, Suzanne Guerin and Jane Gray (2018) 'Overcoming the Ethical and Practical Challenges Associated with Archiving Qualitative and Quantitative Data' In: Suzanne Guerin, Nóirín Hayes and Sinéad McNally (eds). Research and Evaluation in Community, Health and Social Care Settings. Experiences from Practice. Abingdon, Oxford, United Kingdom: Routledge.