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Mètodes Qualitatius per a la Recerca en Ciències Socials [42409]
Anguelovski, Isabelle Michele Sophie
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Facultat de Ciències

Títol variant: Qualitative Methods for Research in Social Sciences
Data: 2016-17
Pla d'estudis: Estudis Interdisciplinaris en Sostenibilitat Ambiental, Econòmica i Social [1159]
Titulació: Estudis Interdisciplinaris en Sostenibilitat Ambiental, Econòmica i Social [4313784]
Resum: This course develops core skills in research design, guides students through the logic of the research enterprise, and provides them with the analytical, methodological, technological tools necessary to conduct qualitative research in the social sciences. Throughout the course, we move from the conceptual and epistemological aspects of research design (including research question and literature review), the development of research methods, ethics, data collection techniques and skills, to data processing and analysis, and writing and presentation of research results. Students will be able to explain the purpose of their research, design a qualitative study, gain access to the data, prepare field work select the most appropriate sources of information (interviews, observations, participant observation, ethnography, visual records, biographical and autobiographical material, texts from the Internet), take detailed field notes, reflect on and monitor one's research, learn qualitative software (Nvivo), perform different types of data analysis using different techniques, and write analytical memos, reports, or articles. By the end of the course, students should also be able to critique and evaluate the research conducted by other researchers. The class will be organized and led as a research seminar with weekly readings, discussions, field exercises, in-class exercises, students reports on field exercises, end-of-semester project, and student presentations. Students are expected to come prepared to class with readings completed and assignments written and to participate actively in class discussion. Training objectives of the course: 1. To train students in sound research design, in asking good research questions, and select appropriate methods for qualitative research 1 2. To train students to gain the necessary knowledge to understand what it means to do research with qualitative data, how it differs from traditional quantitative research and how both sets of methods are complementary to assist in the advancement of knowledge. 3. To help students develop an adequate knowledge of the main methods of qualitative research and of preparing for field work, accessing data, collecting data, and analyzing data. 4. To introduce students to the methodological and ethical implications related to qualitative research methods. 5. To introduce students to software and other non digital tools designed to help sort, organize, process, and analyse qualitative data 6. To help students learn how to synthesize and write-up results into memos, reports, and articles. More specific objectives include: B06 (Basic) - Use acquired knowledge as a basis for originality in the application of ideas, often in a research context. B08 (Basic) - Integrate knowledge and use it to make judgements in complex situations, with incomplete information, while keeping in mind socialand ethical responsibilities. B09 (Basic) - Communicate and justify conclusions clearly and unambiguously to both specialised and non-specialised audiences. B10 (Basic) - Continue the learning process, to a large extent autonomously E01 (Specific) - Apply knowledge of environmental and ecological economics to the analysis and interpretation of environmental problem areas. T01 (Transverse) - Apply specific methodologies, techniques and resources to conduct research and produce innovative results in the area of Environmental Studies. T03 (Transverse) - Communicate orally and in writing in English.
Resum: This course develops core skills in research design, guides students through the logic of the research enterprise, and provides them with the analytical, methodological, technological tools necessary to conduct qualitative research in the social sciences. Throughout the course, we move from the conceptual and epistemological aspects of research design (including research question and literature review), the development of research methods, ethics, data collection techniques and skills, to data processing and analysis, and writing and presentation of research results. Students will be able to explain the purpose of their research, design a qualitative study, gain access to the data, prepare field work select the most appropriate sources of information (interviews, observations, participant observation, ethnography, visual records, biographical and autobiographical material, texts from the Internet), take detailed field notes, reflect on and monitor one's research, learn qualitative software (Nvivo), perform different types of data analysis using different techniques, and write analytical memos, reports, or articles. By the end of the course, students should also be able to critique and evaluate the research conducted by other researchers. The class will be organized and led as a research seminar with weekly readings, discussions, field exercises, in-class exercises, students reports on field exercises, end-of-semester project, and student presentations. Students are expected to come prepared to class with readings completed and assignments written and to participate actively in class discussion. Training objectives of the course: 1. To train students in sound research design, in asking good research questions, and select appropriate methods for qualitative research 2. To train students to gain the necessary knowledge to understand what it means to do research with 1 2. To train students to gain the necessary knowledge to understand what it means to do research with qualitative data, how it differs from traditional quantitative research and how both sets of methods are complementary to assist in the advancement of knowledge. 3. To help students develop an adequate knowledge of the main methods of qualitative research and of preparing for field work, accessing data, collecting data, and analyzing data. 4. To introduce students to the methodological and ethical implications related to qualitative research methods. 5. To introduce students to software and other non digital tools designed to help sort, organize, process, and analyse qualitative data 6. To help students learn how to synthesize and write-up results into memos, reports, and articles. More specific objectives include: B06 (Basic) - Use acquired knowledge as a basis for originality in the application of ideas, often in a research context. B08 (Basic) - Integrate knowledge and use it to make judgements in complex situations, with incomplete information, while keeping in mind social and ethical responsibilities. B09 (Basic) - Communicate and justify conclusions clearly and unambiguously to both specialised and non-specialised audiences. B10 (Basic) - Continue the learning process, to a large extent autonomously E01 (Specific) - Apply knowledge of environmental and ecological economics to the analysis and interpretation of environmental problem areas. T01 (Transverse) - Apply specific methodologies, techniques and resources to conduct research and produce innovative results in the area of Environmental Studies. T03 (Transverse) - Communicate orally and in writing in English.
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