EDP 814 Overview
This course actively engages participants in knowledge construction and skill development related to the what, why, who, how, where, and when of ethnographic research. Seminar content specifically addresses applications of ethnography to student research interests, including the drafting of research proposals that articulate the alignment of ethnographic design to research purpose. Seminar enrollment is appropriate for both Ed.D. and Ph.D. candidates seeking to extend and refine their knowledge of ethnographic research. The seminar is focused by knowledge construction related to six questions: 1) What is ethnographic research? 2) What is ethnographic research form? 3) What is ethnographic research context? 4) What is ethnographic research design? 5) What are data collection sources and techniques in ethnographic research? 6) What are data analysis techniques in ethnographic research?
- 1.00 Credits