Qualitative data analysis in humanistic health research

Participants: PhD students

Aim: Students will gain an in-depth understanding of the scientific theoretical basis guiding the analytical process in qualitative research. The students will be able to apply relevant analytical approaches and to make consistent and well-informed choices in relation to qualitative research.

Content: The course will introduce a variety of analytical approaches, (one or more of the following: grounded theory, phenomenology, narrative theory, discourse analysis, and ANT or cultural theory). The analytical approaches presented will serve as theoretical introductions to qualitative research, and exemplify the fact that analyzing qualitative data is a relational process involving at various stages, several levels of theory, methods and empirical material.

Number of participants: Min 14 and max 20 participants.

Time: February/March 2018

For the full course description, dates and registration please see the Course Calendar of the Graduate School of Health.