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Introduction to Focus Groups

Davis Library Room 219

Focus group interviews are commonly used for survey development, content development, and qualitative data collection to capture rich information about attitudes and beliefs that affect behavior. An overview of the basics of focus groups supplemented with real examples and hands-on … Continued

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ICPSR — Qualitative Research Methods – CANCELLED

219 Davis Library 208 Raleigh Street, Chapel Hill, NC

This workshop presents strategies for analyzing and making sense of qualitative data. Both descriptive and interpretive qualitative studies will be discussed, as will more defined qualitative approaches such as grounded theory, narrative analysis, and case study. The course will briefly … Continued

Introduction to Focus Groups (ONLINE)

Online NC

This is a 2-day online course. Course hours are 10am - 2pm each day. Focus groups are commonly used to capture rich information about attitudes and beliefs. The class will highlight the most appropriate uses of focus groups, and the … Continued

Using Qualitative Research to Study Social Justice (Online)

Online NC

This course will address how researchers can use qualitative research to draw attention to underlying mechanisms that define social problems. Once uncovered, deeper understanding of these mechanisms can guide large-scale surveys, direct responses to requests for proposals by private foundations … Continued

Introduction to Focus Groups (Online)

Online NC

Focus groups are commonly used to capture rich information about attitudes and beliefs. This class will prepare prospective students to organize and moderate focus groups. Students will learn the most appropriate uses of focus groups, how to segment and recruit … Continued

Introduction to Focus Groups (Online)

Online NC

This course will be offered via Zoom only. However, this course will not be recorded. Focus groups are commonly used to capture rich information about attitudes and beliefs. This class will prepare prospective students to organize and moderate focus groups. … Continued