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Interviewing – SOCI526
|University of Liverpool|
Dr Kirsty Morrin
21/02/2019 - 22/02/2019
Flex 1, Teaching Hub 502
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This short module on interviews is suitable for postgraduate students from all disciplines who require a period of additional supported study and reflection before they design and conduct their own research.
Drawing on the rich sociological literature, students will be introduced to theories of why and when to use interviews and have the opportunity to develop research questions and learn how to conduct interviews as well as how to approach the preparation, analysis and writing up of data.
The module is delivered over 2 workshops, each lasting for 4 hours, which will combine some lecture material, with discussions of the literature and issues, and practical exercises on conducting interviews and data analysis
Intermediate (some prior knowledge)
Registration is free for University of Liverpool and NWDTC postgraduates. Non-University of Liverpool and non-NWDTC students: £150 per accredited module, or £100 without accreditation
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Mixed Methods, Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary Research, Researching Literature, Interviewing ,
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