Qualitative Research Analysis & Writing (QUAL5003)
UNIT OF STUDY
In this Unit you will analyse and write about qualitative data. This intermediate unit assumes a basic understanding of qualitative research and focuses on qualitative analysis and writing. Workshop one will introduce advanced analytic strategies, including: conversation analysis, content analysis, discourse analysis and Grounded Theory analysis. Between workshops, you will work in pairs to analyse a portfolio of qualitative data. Workshop Two will concentrate on writing; we will practice tricks and tips for starting writing, structuring articles, and editing your own work. Most importantly, we will practice thinking in genres, asking the question: who is going to read this, and how should I write for them? After completing this Unit you will have a wider range of analytic techniques at your disposal, and will have experience in shaping your writing to make it appropriate for its intended audience.
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Block mode (2 x 2 days) plus optional tutorials
practical analysis activities (20%, 20%, 20%), 2000/5000wd draft journal article (40%)
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Prerequisites and assumed knowledge
Prerequisite: Assumed knowledge: Basic understanding of the nature of qualitative knowledge and types of qualitative data., PUBH5500
Prerequisite: Assumed knowledge: Basic understanding of the nature of qualitative knowledge and types of qualitative data.
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