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Credits: 3.0

The course will introduce approaches, strategies, and practices commonly used in qualitative research. The course will emphasize real world contexts and phenomena. Key areas of study include: researcher perspective, stance and voice. Making use of observations, survey, interviews, focus groups, artifact analysis, and other forms of gathering and using 'data'. Applying various research and analytic strategies such as case study, action research, grounded theory, and thematic analysis. Considering emergent genre of research including narrative study, arts-based research and others.

Recent and Upcoming Instructors

Thomas Akiva

  • Spring 2019 (2194) - Syllabus
  • Spring 2020 (2204)

Carl Fertman

Bridget Lee

  • Spring 2020 (2204)

Jennifer Russell

Cynthia Tananis