SIS-807 Qualitative Methods in International Relations
This 3 credit course covers the history and practice of qualitative methodology. Students learn about the history of qualitative methodology and the ethics of conducting research on human subjects. Students also learn how to do specific qualitative methods, including ethnography, interviewing, discourse analysis, participatory action research, and case study analysis. Each method is learned through a hands on application. This course is also interdisciplinary in nature. Students will engage with qualitative research in international studies, geography, anthropology, and sociology as well as cross disciplinary work.
Prerequisites: admission to the PhD in International relations.
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