EDUC 3104 - INTRODUCTION TO QUALITATIVE METHODS
This seminar introduces students to the inquiry traditions (e.g. empirical, interpretive, critical) and modes of research (e.g. narrative, ethnographic, historical, rhetorical, linguistic) associated with qualitative research i the social sciences. Students will gain experience with various elements in the research process (formulation of questions; research design; data organization and reduction; data analysis; validity and reliability issues) and with research methods characteristic qualitative research. This course should be completed by the end of the students' second year.
Recent and Upcoming Instructors
Lori A. Delale-O'Connor
- Spring 2019 (2194) - Syllabus
- Spring 2020 (2204)
Tanner LeBaron Wallace