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The Karl F. Schuessler Institute for Social Research Intensive Program at
Indiana University, Bloomington is pleased to announce two one-week workshops
in research methods for Summer, 2005.
Social Network Analysis: Theory and Methods, July 18-22, 2005. Instructors:
Professor Bernice A. Pescosolido and Professor Stanley Wasserman, Indiana
This workshop covers the theory and methods of social network analysis. It is
designed for students, faculty, and other researchers in the social and
behavioral sciences who are interested in learning how to translate
theoretical conceptualizations of networks into empirical practice. Morning
and afternoon sessions are coordinated so that each day presents theoretical,
historical and substantive developments in the field with parallel issues and
examples in data and analytic techniques. Workshop participants apply those
techniques in late afternoon, computer lab sessions. This workshop will be
offered through the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social
Research (ICPSR) Summer Program.
Qualitative Methods Workshop. July 11-15, 2005. Instructor: Professor Sue E.
Estroff, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. This workshop is designed
as a multi-method opportunity for scholars who have some experience with
research, and would like to deepen their familiarity and facility with a
variety of qualitative data collection and analysis techniques. It is most
appropriate for students, faculty, and other researchers who have a specific
project at present, or planned in the near future, that can serve as the
foundation for their work in the course. Through a combination of readings,
exercises, discussion, and presentation, participants will receive training in
the theoretical foundations of qualitative research as well as hands-on
experience with diverse qualitative techniques. The class is limited to 14
participants to allow for substantial interaction with the instructor and
other students in dyadic or other small group settings. Limited space is
available. Early registration discounts.
For more information and registration details, visit www.indiana.edu/~isr/
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