TLL 3003 - RESEARCH INTERVIEWING
This course is designed to introduce doctoral students to the theories and methodologies of research interviewing in the social sciences. The course introduces students to aspects of research interviewing such as designing research questions that can be answered through interview data, identifying potential participants, creating interview protocols, transcribing interviews, coding interviews, and recognizing the role/bias of the interviewer. The course will also teach students how to critically analyze the representation and use of interview data in educational research. Students are expected to read published studies, collect and analyze data from interviews, and critically evaluate various approaches in light of their own research questions.