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1/3/18 1 Designing Your Study Outline Review the course trajectory Discuss practical components of your research design plan (Assign #3) Methods of data collection Sampling strategies Doing Reflexivity Time for group work!
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1/3/18 2 Course Trajectory Topic Proposal (Assign #1) APA Reading List (Assign #2) Literature Review Packet (Assign #4) (Methodological) Plan of your study (Assign #3) Literature Review (Assign #5) Interview Transcript (Assign #6) Participant Observation Fieldnotes (Assign #7) COLLECT DATA PROPOSE YOUR STUDY ANALYZE Analysis Summary (Assign #8) REPORT Final Paper May 15 Course Aim: Propose, conduct, analyze, and report on a qualitative research project: Assignment #3 (review) What social phenomenon will you examine/sample? Lived experiences, meaning-making (i.e., “making sense”), social interactions, storytelling, social practices, understandings/ perceptions? What methodological approach will you use? Why? How will you actually go about gaining the data you need to respond to your proposed research question? Methods: One Interview & one Participant Observation per person Sampling plan What is your relationship to the phenomenon of interest/ participants?
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  • Fall '14
  • IreneBersola-Nguyen
  • Qualitative Research, researcher, literature review

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