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400002 SE Analysing and writing about qualitative interviews (2021S)

SE for Doctoral Candidates: Research workshop

Continuous assessment of course work

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Note: The time of your registration within the registration period has no effect on the allocation of places (no first come, first served).

Details

max. 15 participants
Language: English

Lecturers

Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N

Wednesday 21.04. 13:15 - 15:15 Seminarraum 19, Kolingasse 14-16, OG02
Thursday 29.04. 13:15 - 17:15 Seminarraum 19, Kolingasse 14-16, OG02
Thursday 06.05. 13:15 - 17:15 Seminarraum 19, Kolingasse 14-16, OG02
Friday 14.05. 13:15 - 17:15 Seminarraum 19, Kolingasse 14-16, OG02
Thursday 20.05. 13:15 - 17:15 Seminarraum 19, Kolingasse 14-16, OG02
Friday 04.06. 13:15 - 17:15 Seminarraum 19, Kolingasse 14-16, OG02
Thursday 10.06. 13:15 - 17:15 Seminarraum 19, Kolingasse 14-16, OG02
Thursday 17.06. 13:15 - 17:15 Seminarraum 19, Kolingasse 14-16, OG02

Information

Aims, contents and method of the course

This interdisciplinary workshop will provide students with a space to work with empirical material from qualitative interviews. Its aim is to support them in analysing and writing up this material. The workshop will not espouse a single methodological or disciplinary approach; rather, the focus will be on students defining their own analytical strategy before collective discussion of instances of interview data and of students’ writing about this. As a whole, the workshop will offer a structure for clarifying the approach students are taking to analysis of their empirical material, for discussing how they are going about (or want to go about) writing about this analysis, and sharing and getting feedback on concrete examples of this. We will also cover questions relating to ‘good’ writing and representation of empirical material: how does one do justice to complex narratives, situations, and worlds?

Students are expected to work with their own interview material, so should be at a stage in their research where this is possible.

Assessment and permitted materials

Active participation: 20%
Preparing and giving commentary and feedback, oral and written: 30%
Preparation and presentation of own work and short reflective texts: 50%

Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

Examination topics

Reading list


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