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ADMPS 3016 - INTRODUCTION TO QUALITATIVE RESEARCH

COURSE INTRODUCES STUDENTS TO DISTINCT DISCOURSE COMMUNITIES THAT HAVE COALESCED AROUND DIFFERENT INQUIRY TRADITIONS (E.G., EMPIRICAL, INTERPRETIVE, CRITICAL) AND MODES OF RESEARCH (E.G., NARRATIVE, ETHNOGRAPHIC, HISTORICAL,  
RHETORICAL, LINGUISTIC). EMPHASIS GIVEN TO INTERPRETIVE TRADITION, IN WHICH TECHNIQUES OF DATA COLLECTION AND DATA ANALYSIS STRATEGIES ARE SECONDARY TO THE WAYS IN WHICH RESEARCHERS MAKE MEANING OF THEIR DATA.

Credits: 3.0

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When is this course offered?

Fall 2014-2015 (2151)


Section: 1040-LEC (20773)
Class Status: Active (Open for enrollment)
Meeting Time(s): Tue @ 4:30 PM - 7:10 PM
Meeting Place: WWPH 5702
Instructor(s): Michael Gunzenhauser
Credits: 3.0
Enrollment: 4 of 20 seats are filled