The Advanced Qualitative Research (AQR) course starts in week 2 of Michaelmas term.
Classes will be held every Tuesday of Michaelmas and Hilary terms from 10 to 11.30am in the Library Resources Room at the Department of Education, 15 Norham Gardens.
The course is open to all 2nd, 3rd and 4th year D.Phil. students across the Social Sciences Division and has been designed to help you develop skills and understanding relating to the analysis of qualitative data as you enter or are finishing your field work and beginning the process of analysis. The structure of the course reflects the issues and challenges that students have faced using qualitative data in their research and is quite practical in nature. It is not suitable for first year DPhil students because of the stage of their research, not because they lack any prerequisites.
If you would like to attend the classes please contact Dr Emily Murphy to register. Registration is for both terms. If you will be leaving during the year to conduct fieldwork, please contact me to discuss the best way for you to attend. It is probably better to wait until your return, but some people successfully complete Term 1 in one year and return for Term 2 the next. We do ask for commitment to attend all sessions because of the nature of the seminars. Course handbooks will be provided for attendees who have registered.