Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR)

Methodology Course Research Design (April-May 2018)

The objective of this course is to help AISSR students of all disciplines to develop the research design and methodology for their own research project.

All stages of research are discussed: the theoretical conception of the research question via concept- and/or hypothesis-building, the definition and operationalisation of propositions, case and/or data selection and choice of method of analysis, as well as analysis and interpretation of results.

This is not a methods course, but a course about research design. Using practical examples drawn from participants' projects, the lecturers will discuss the merits and shortcomings of different epistemological and methodological approaches, the ways in which research using these different approaches and methods can be designed and which common mistakes need to be avoided. This course is lectured by Brian Burgoon and Annette Freyberg-Inan.
Link to the syllabus.

The course is equal to 12 ECTS. 

Registration

This course is fully booked. For questions you can refer to: aissr@uva.nl 

Dates, time and place

The programme consists of 12 sessions of two hours, over the period of 6 weeks (2 sessions per week).

Tuesday 24 April

9:30-11:30

REC C2.04

Thursday 26 April

12:00-14:00

REC C2.04

Tuesday 1 May

9:30-11:30

REC C2.04

Thursday 3 May

12:00-14:00

REC C2.04

Tuesday 8 May

9:30-11:30

REC C3.07

Wednesday 9 May

15:00-17:00

REC C3.07

Tuesday 15 May

9:30-11:30

REC C2.04

Thursday 17 May

12:00-14:00

REC B2.08

Tuesday 22 May

9:30-11:30

REC B2.10

Thursday 24 May

12:00-14:00

REC B2.05

Tuesday 29 May

9:30-11:30

REC C2.04

Thursday 31 May

12:00-14:00

REC C2.04

+ one final all-day meeting on a date TBD

Published by  AISSR

19 March 2018