Emory University

Qualitative Data Collection Methods

This course is part of Qualitative Research Design and Methods for Public Health Specialization

Taught in English

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Karen Andes, PhD

Instructor: Karen Andes, PhD

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13 hours (approximately)
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Course

Gain insight into a topic and learn the fundamentals

4.7

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Beginner level
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13 hours (approximately)
Flexible schedule
Learn at your own pace

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There are 4 modules in this course

In this first week, we'll review structured and unstructured observation techniques, varying levels of participation, and writing up fieldnotes.

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7 videos5 readings2 quizzes1 peer review1 discussion prompt

This second week explores different interview designs, successful interviewing strategies, and questioning strategies often used in qualitative research.

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5 videos2 readings1 quiz1 peer review

In this third week, we'll discuss moderating focus group discussions, using activities, facilitating interactions, and planning for note-taking.

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6 videos4 readings1 quiz1 peer review

In our final week of the course, we'll discuss the process and standards of transcription, interview three recent graduates on their projects, and explore developing an interview or focus group discussion guide.

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7 videos2 readings2 quizzes

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4.8 (22 ratings)
Karen Andes, PhD
Emory University
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