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Programme of study: International Research Workshop
Lecturer: Dr. Anna Brake (University of Augsburg)
Date: Monday, 29/09/14 – Wednesday, 01/10/14 from 09.00-12.30 h
Max. number of participants: 18
Credit Points: 5 CP for participating in the whole IRWS
Language of instruction: English
Methodological rigor is of vital importance for the success of an qualitative research project. Research question, methodological approach of data collection, sampling and strategies of (verbal) data analysis have to be well matched in order to ensure a compelling overall research process. The workshop aims at providing the opportunity to discuss methodological issues and questions of qualitative research designs in the light of the participant’s own dissertation projects. It addresses Ph.D. students who seek further clarification for their methodological rationale in their qualitative study regarding the appropriateness of the underlying research question, sampling procedures, interview or observation techniques, approaches for data analysis and others. Thus, in the workshop we will not debate on general issues of methodological importance, but will focus on the methodologically demanding topics the participants are facing within their own qualitative study.
Participants should be well advanced in defining the particular purpose of their qualitative research. They are kindly asked to submit a research abstract no later than two weeks before the beginning of the workshop to firstname.lastname@example.org
You have to register for the 8th International Research Workshop to participate in this course.