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This one-day workshop covers the basics of qualitative data analysis. Participants will learn building block techniques, such as theme identification and codebook development, which can be used across many analytic traditions. The course takes a hands-on approach, and uses both lectures and activities where participants analyze real data. While the emphasis is on building conceptual and methodological expertise, participants will also learn how to use text analysis software. This workshop is appropriate as an introduction for scholars new to text analysis and as a refresher for more established scholars looking to brush up on their skills. The techniques are particularly useful for researchers using mixed-methods, interdisciplinary, collaborative, or team-based approaches. Participants will complete the course with the basic skills to initiate a text analysis. Lunch will be included in your registration.
Amber Wutich is a Professor of Anthropology and Director of the Center for Global Health in ASU’s School of Human Evolution and Social Change. She has been recognized as Carnegie CASE Arizona Professor of the Year and received ASU's Faculty Achievement Award for Excellence in Classroom Performance. Prof. Wutich teaches in ASU’s Ph.D. programs in Global Health, Environmental Social Sciences, and Cultural Anthropology. She also teaches text analysis in courses supported by the National Science Foundation.
Date: Monday, August 14, 2017
Time: 9:00am–4:00pm - Lunch will be provided
Location: Ostrom Lab, Cowden 124
Workshop Fee: $50.00 (includes lunch)