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a robust introductory knowledge of a range of qualitative methods and why social science researchers use particular methodologies

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  • Post Date 2018-11-06T11:23:49+00:00
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a robust introductory knowledge of a range of qualitative methods and why social science researchers use particular methodologies and how they may fit into a broader examination of society

11. Introduction: Qualitative Methods Traditions (Dr Jon Oldfield and Jo Ferrie, SSPS)

12. Running, Organizing and Analyzing Focus Groups (Dr Andrew Smith, SSPS)

13. Constructing Qualitative Research Designs (Dr Kelly Kollman, SSPS)

14. Documenting Lived Experience through Qualitative Methods (Dr Katie Reid, School of Education)

15. `A world of secrets`? Conduction qualitative interviews (Dr Carol Emslie, MRC Social and Public Health Sciences Unit)

16. Discourse Analysis (Dr Jo Ferrie)

17. Participant Observation and Ethnography (Dr Nicole Bourque, SSPS)

18. Content Analysis and Surveys (Dr Jo Ferrie)

19. Case Studies and the Comparative Method (Dr Kelly Kollman, SSPS)

20. Research Ethics in the Social Sciences 

 

Intended Learning Outcomes of Course

 - Students will have a robust introductory knowledge of a range of qualitative methods

- Students will be grounded in why social science researchers use particular methodologies and how they may fit into a broader examination of society

- Students will develop the ability to build a solid research design

- Students will develop the skill to find appropriate qualitative methods that relate to their inquiries


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