Teaching qualitative methods using a research team approach
This article is a guide for developing a qualitative methods course in psychology that organizes students into a researchteam conducting a joint project toward the goal of publishing a paper in an academic journal. This class structure allows for students to consider qualitative methods and epistemologies through a process of engaged learning. Tips on creating aresearch team environment, planning a survey component of the course, guiding students through a grounded theory analysis, and organizing the students toward writing a manuscript are presented. Issues raised for consideration also can be useful when supervising individual students' grounded theory projects.
Levitt, H. M., Ippolito, M. R., Kannan, D. (2013). Teaching qualitative methods using a research team approach: Publishing grounded theory projects with your class. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 10, 119-139. DOI: 10.1080/14780887.2011.586101.
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