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This course explores the process of qualitative research methods and qualitative data analysis. Topics to be discussed include historical traditions of qualitative research; steps in the research process; reviewing the literature; identifying qualitative research problems; collecting, analyzing and interpreting qualitative data; qualitative research designs; and reporting and evaluating qualitative research. Dr. Daphne E. Williams, instructor for DEED 736, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership at Grambling State University.  Dr. Williams teaches courses in the Doctor of Education, Master of Science and Post-Master's Certificate. Each program has the concentration of Developmental Education.  She teaches core courses and two research methods courses in the each of the degree and certificate programs.DEED 736 explores a number of qualitative research methods including historical traditions, multivariate models of qualitative inquiry, case studies, ethnographic and participant observation, biography, and phenomenology. Students arerequired to attend lectures and laboratory sessions
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Education
Level:
Graduate / Professional
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Date Added:
08/11/2019
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Language:
English
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