Methods for Cross Cultural Research (Online)
September 29 @ 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
This course will be offered via Zoom only and will not be recorded. This is a held on one day.
Methods for Cross-Cultural Research is a 2.5 hour short-course focused on designing and implementing social science research cross-culturally, with a particular emphasis on collecting interview data. In the face of increasing globalization, concerns for external validity, and the importance of capturing the diversity of human experience, there is a need to consider how to implement research cross-culturally.
In this course, participants will consider different definitions of culture, how research is itself a cultural practice, what perspectives and analytical approaches can be employed in cross-cultural research, as well as best practices in designing and implementing cross-cultural research.
Instructor: Allegra Midgette
Allegra J. Midgette, Ph.D., is an incoming (August 2021) Visiting Assistant Professor and ACES Fellow in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Texas A&M University. Dr. Midgette completed her postdoctoral training at the Carolina Consortium on Human Development that is part of the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Dr. Midgette has collaborated with scholars at the Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo (Brazil), Northeast Normal University (China), Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (China), and Seoul National University of Education (South Korea). Dr. Midgette has conducted studies examining Chinese and South Korean children’s and families’ moral reasoning regarding the fairness of the gendered division of labor, Chinese and American children’s and adolescents’ social and moral transgressions and strategies for self-correction, and Korean adolescents’ reasoning about social conventions.
Dr. Midgette employs a mixed methodology that places the experiential reality of children and their families at the forefront. Dr. Midgette’s program of research includes an emphasis on analyzing and integrating both developmental and cultural processes in understanding social development.
- $20 deposit required to hold your spot (deposit is refundable upon your attendance for at least 66% of the course)
Additional course information:
- This class will be offered via Zoom ONLY. Registration closes at 12:01am, September 26, 2021. Once registration closes, no late registrations will be accepted, no exceptions.
- Cancellation/ Refund Policy: A full refund will be given to those who cancel their registration no later than 10 days prior to the course. If you cancel within the 10 days prior to the class, no refund will be given. Please allow 30 days to receive your refund.
- Zoom link for this course will be sent prior to the course. Registration must be made at least 3 days prior to the course date to receive the Zoom link.
For questions regarding the status of this class, please contact Jill Stevens at firstname.lastname@example.org