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GEOG 6292 : Qualitative Methods in Geography
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Qualitative Methods in Geography
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Qualitative research methods, including questionnaires, focus groups, in-depth interviews, repeat photography, observation, reflective mapping, coding, and map interpretation that help appreciate the human experience and build upon ways to produce knowledge.
1) At the end of semester students will be able to build experience with a wide-range of qualitative research methods and know how they complement each other
2) At the end of semester students will be able to reflect upon the necessary connections between empirical evidence, theoretical frameworks and research questions
3) At the end of semester students will be able to discuss ethical issues in research and how power relations are reflected in the research process
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