AGST Module 1 Special Lecture Series : “Qualitative Research Methods” (2016.10.7-11.25)

  • Environmental Policy & Rural Development Studies

  • 20161007_feuer_final_seki%e3%83%bbAGST Module 1 (Environmental policy & Rural development studies) will hold a series of special lectures titled “Qualitative Research Methods and Analysis” from October 7 to November 25, 2016. Students joining this course will encounter a range of qualitative research methods and learn how someone with an economics, sociology or other basic social science background can potentially integrate these methods into their research and analysis.
    The first part of this intensive course is designed primarily for the first year master and PhD students and those who have yet to conduct their primary research, as it provides guidance about the design, proposal and execution of qualitative research methods. The second part of the course is designed for students at all graduate levels, but will be especially timely for 2nd year students and later. It presents a range of methods and options for the analysis of qualitative data, regardless of which form it is in (interviews, archives, life histories, etc.).

    Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto Univ.

    *15:30-18:00 for 14th class
    (1) October  7(Friday)
    (2) October  14 (Friday)*
    (3) October  21 (Friday)
    (4) October  28 (Friday)
    (5) November  4 (Friday)
    (6) November  11(Friday)
    (7) November  25 (Friday)

    Room 311, 3rd Floor, Faculty of Law and Faculty of Economics East Bldg.

    * This course is designed to be worth 2 credits
    ** Advanced registration is required
    For credit — Student affairs office of your graduate school, by course registration period
    For participation — International affairs office, GSE
                                  — Dr. Feuer     (E-mail): hfeuer[at]gmail.com (please replace [at] with @)

    Click here to see syllabus.

    Readings will be available through a Cloud system for participants.
    The details will be announced later.

    International Affairs Office, Graduate School of Economics
    iao.econ [at] mail2.adm.kyoto-u.ac.jp (please replace [at] with @)