FSW 493/593 Qualitative Methods in Family Research (3)

This course is intended as an introduction to qualitative methodology for upper-level undergraduate and master's-level graduate students in family studies and related fields. The particular emphasis of this course is on fieldwork, or a set of techniques involving firsthand contact between the researcher and those who are the subjects of the research. This includes training in observation, in-depth interviewing, visual and textual analysis, and secondary analysis of qualitative data.

Prerequisite(s): Advanced standing, 12 hours of FSW coursework, FSW 295 or SOC 262 or equivalent. Offered infrequently.

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