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Methodological Coherence in Qual.Research-PDF/Grad - $40.00

This workshop will be ideal for graduate students and faculty members who have a basic understanding of qualitative research methods but who want deeper knowledge about conducting rigorous, philosophically- and methodologically-aligned qualitative research. Participants will learn about the different paradigms and philosophical positions that underpin qualitative research and how to identify and develop research questions that align with these paradigms. Participants at this workshop will be assumed to have some familiarity with qualitative research, although it is not expected that participants will have necessarily conducted qualitative studies themselves. Participants will be sent a chapter to read prior to the workshop. This reading will provide an overview of qualitative research methodologies as well as an overview of paradigms/philosophical positions and will serve as a basis for discussion. Please direct any questions to katherine.tamminen@utoronto.ca
This workshop will be ideal for graduate students and faculty members who have a basic understanding of qualitative research methods but who want deeper knowledge about conducting rigorous, philosophically- and methodologically-aligned qualitative research. Participants will learn about the different paradigms and philosophical positions that underpin qualitative research and how to identify and develop research questions that align with these paradigms. Participants at this workshop will be assumed to have some familiarity with qualitative research, although it is not expected that participants will have necessarily conducted qualitative studies themselves. Participants will be sent a chapter to read prior to the workshop. This reading will provide an overview of qualitative research methodologies as well as an overview of paradigms/philosophical positions and will serve as a basis for discussion. Please direct any questions to katherine.tamminen@utoronto.ca

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MCQR - Graduate/Post-Doc
Fall 2018

18 spot(s) available
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Wed, Oct 17 2018 at 12:00 PM until 5:00 PM Wed, Oct 17 2018 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM Off-site

This workshop will be ideal for graduate students and faculty members who have a basic understanding of qualitative research methods but who want deeper knowledge about conducting rigorous, philosophically- and methodologically-aligned qualitative research. Participants will learn about the different paradigms and philosophical positions that underpin qualitative research and how to identify and develop research questions that align with these paradigms. Participants at this workshop will be assumed to have some familiarity with qualitative research, although it is not expected that participants will have necessarily conducted qualitative studies themselves. Participants will be sent a chapter to read prior to the workshop. This reading will provide an overview of qualitative research methodologies as well as an overview of paradigms/philosophical positions and will serve as a basis for discussion. Please direct any questions to katherine.tamminen@utoronto.ca

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This workshop will be ideal for graduate students and faculty members who have a basic understanding of qualitative research methods but who want deeper knowledge about conducting rigorous, philosophically- and methodologically-aligned qualitative research. Participants will learn about the different paradigms and philosophical positions that underpin qualitative research and how to identify and develop research questions that align with these paradigms. Participants at this workshop will be assumed to have some familiarity with qualitative research, although it is not expected that participants will have necessarily conducted qualitative studies themselves. Participants will be sent a chapter to read prior to the workshop. This reading will provide an overview of qualitative research methodologies as well as an overview of paradigms/philosophical positions and will serve as a basis for discussion. Please direct any questions to katherine.tamminen@utoronto.ca


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