Christine Kirby, MA
Program Coordinator, Senior; Research Infrastructure Core
Conversation analysis, discourse analysis, and qualitative coding
Christine Kirby, MA is a linguistic anthropologist with a background in conversation analysis, doctor/patient communication, and qualitative research design. She has experience in the development and implementation of qualitative coding systems for analyzing communicative outcomes in various environments. Her training is rooted in qualitative and quantitative research with a focus on conversation analysis, discourse analysis, and qualitative coding.
Qualitative coding and analysis, qualitative coding training, qualitative research design, mixed method research design, participant focused research methods, project management, conversation analysis, discourse analysis, transcription, grounded theory, focus group facilitation, medical anthropology, linguistic anthropology, sociocultural anthropology, psychological anthropology, Nvivo, ATLAS.ti, InqScribe, SAS, dedoose, anthropology, medical anthropology, linguistic anthropology, qualitative coding, qualitative analysis, qualitative research design, mixed methods, phenomenology, existential anthropology, conversation analysis
2012 M.A. Anthropology, Northern Arizona University
Research Specialization: Linguistic, Medical, Psychological, and Sociocultural Anthropology
Graduated with Distinction
2010 B.S. Multidisciplinary Anthropology, Appalachian State University
Minor in Psychology | Specialization in Spanish, Art, and Gender
Graduated Magna Cum-laude
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