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Taking Deliberative Research Online (few places remaining)
|NatCen Social Research|
Dr Ceri Davies
24/02/2021 - 25/02/2021
Course run online by NatCen Social Research
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Deliberative research is emerging as a critical method for exploring public attitudes particularly on social and policy problems that are contested, complex or uncertain. This live course explores the principles, benefits and limitations of deliberative approaches to social research and in particular the challenges and opportunities of delivering these online. We cover a combination of theory and practical examples to consider both doing deliberative research and being a deliberative researcher.
This course does not focus on the analysis of deliberative data.
It is suitable for those with existing experience of the theory and practice of qualitative research and aimed at those who have responsibility for designing as well as overseeing the delivery of research projects.
Delivered over two half days, the course:
This course will be useful to you if:
By the end of the module participants will be able to:
Intermediate (some prior knowledge)
The fee per teaching day is:
Website and registration
Quality in Qualitative Research, Research and Project Management, Research Ethics, Evidence-Based Policy and Practice
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