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Semaine
1
5 heures pour terminer

Philosophy of Qualitative Research

Welcome to the first week of the course. We start with an introduction, followed by two lessons on the Philosophy of Qualitative Research....
8 vidéos (Total 61 min), 12 lectures, 1 quiz
8 vidéos
1.1 On Elephants10 min
1.2 Ontology for social actors6 min
1.3 Ontology for social researchers4 min
1.4 Epistemology8 min
1.5 Hermeneutics7 min
1.6 Phenomenology10 min
1.7 Pragmatism5 min
12 lectures
A very warm welcome to Qualitative Research Methods!10 min
Course description10 min
Prerequisite knowledge needed10 min
Course Structure10 min
Standing on shoulders of giants10 min
Team10 min
On Elephants10 min
Slides10 min
References10 min
How to never emerge from the library again...10 min
Slides10 min
References10 min
Semaine
2
5 heures pour terminer

Observation

In the first module we discussed the philosophy of qualitative research, explaining some basic notions and general philosophical approaches. In this second module we'll discuss observation as an important method within qualitative research. What types of observation are there? How do we observe? And how do we analyse and describe our data? ...
9 vidéos (Total 78 min), 10 lectures, 1 quiz
9 vidéos
2.2 Participant Observation13 min
2.3 Views on Observation9 min
2.4 Observational Focus7 min
2.5 Cyclists in Amsterdam6 min
2.6 Privatizing Public Space11 min
2.7 Field Notes7 min
2.8 Fieldwork organisation6 min
2.9 Observation and Interpretation8 min
10 lectures
Background of observation as a method10 min
Slides10 min
References10 min
Focus and the assignment10 min
Slides10 min
References10 min
Note taking and Interpreting10 min
Slides10 min
References10 min
Peer Review: Assignment B: instructions10 min
Semaine
3
4 heures pour terminer

Good Practices & Criteria

What makes qualitative research 'good' is a rather difficult question. Different criteria are suggested, but within the field of qualitative research there is not much agreement on these criteria. However, there is quite some agreement on what good practices of qualitative research are. In this module we will start in lesson 1 with a discussion of good practices of qualitative research....
9 vidéos (Total 89 min), 9 lectures, 2 quiz
9 vidéos
3.2 Triangulation8 min
3.3 Abduction25 min
3.4 Focus on Details and Context5 min
3.5 Look for Contradiction6 min
3.6 Reflexivity7 min
3.7 How Many Cases Are Enough5 min
3.8 Theoretical Saturation7 min
3.9 Criteria For Research Quality12 min
9 lectures
Good practices10 min
Slides10 min
References10 min
Selecting Cases10 min
Slides10 min
References10 min
Criteria for Research Quality10 min
Slides10 min
References10 min
2 exercices pour s'entraîner
Practice quiz6 min
Midterm exams
Semaine
4
5 heures pour terminer

Qualitative Interviewing

In this module we'll look at what a qualitative interview entails by trying to define it and by discussing different forms of interviewing behaviour. ...
7 vidéos (Total 62 min), 9 lectures, 1 quiz
7 vidéos
4.2 Typologies of Interviews9 min
4.3 Rapport in interviewing6 min
4.4 Powergame or Roleplaying9 min
4.5 Probing and prompting10 min
4.6 Probing tactics8 min
4.7 Interviewing, a final thought5 min
9 lectures
What is a qualitative interview?10 min
Slides10 min
References10 min
Interviewing Behaviour10 min
Slides10 min
References10 min
Probing10 min
Slides10 min
References10 min
Semaine
5
5 heures pour terminer

Qualitative Analysis

In previous modules we discussed how you should observe a social situation or conduct a qualitative interview. Now we will focus on what to do with your data, by discussing qualitative analysis. In this module you will try to do a qualitative analysis by interpreting your observed data and try to code it. ...
6 vidéos (Total 54 min), 10 lectures, 1 quiz
6 vidéos
5.2 Code and Retrieve7 min
5.3 Framework Analysis7 min
5.4 Analytic Induction10 min
5.5 Grounded Theory12 min
5.6 Versions of Grounded Theory11 min
10 lectures
Qualitative Analysis10 min
Slides10 min
References10 min
Deductive Approaches10 min
Slides10 min
References10 min
Inductive Approaches10 min
Slides10 min
References10 min
Optional: Interview with Kathy Charmaz10 min
Semaine
6
5 heures pour terminer

Writing, mixing & ethics

In this module I will discuss ideas on writing in qualitative research, I will discuss mixing methods and talk about the ethical issues you should consider. ...
7 vidéos (Total 59 min), 12 lectures, 1 quiz
7 vidéos
6.2 Mixing Methods9 min
6.3 How to mix9 min
6.4 Five Focal Points in Ethics9 min
6.5 Ethics - Visions & Practices4 min
6.6 Ethical Boards & Qualitative Research5 min
6.7 Fraud10 min
12 lectures
Writing10 min
Slides10 min
References10 min
Mixing10 min
Slides10 min
References10 min
Ethics10 min
Slides10 min
References10 min
Fraud10 min
Slides10 min
References10 min
Semaine
7
10 minutes pour terminer

Catch up week

In this module there's no new material. The only requirement in this module is that you finish up the final peer review assignment....
1 lecture
1 lecture
Catch up? Or do some more!10 min
Semaine
8
1 heure pour terminer

Exam week

This is the final module, where you can apply everything you've learned up until now in the final exam. Please note that you can only take the final exam once every day, so make sure you are fully prepared to take the test. Please follow the honor code and do not communicate or confer with others taking this exam. Good luck! Once you've taken the exam, please consider doing the other courses in our specialisation track. I hope it was an enjoyable experience. If it was, please consider joining in with the Massive Open Online Research by my colleague Christian Bröer. Thanks for all your hard work, feedback and interpretations, the course team and your fellow learners really appreciate it!...
1 quiz
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Final Exams
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par KFDec 21st 2018

I found this a very useful way of getting a basic introduction to qualitative research methods, without just sitting down with some text books. The content was engaging and at the right level for me.

par KOMay 29th 2017

Great course with a solid introduction to qualitative research methods. Loved the enthusiasm in the videos and the assignments were practical and great practice to use the methods taught.

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