Berkay Gulen is a Ph.D. candidate in International Studies at the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, UW. Gulen is currently researching decision-making mechanisms in Turkey’s foreign policy change between 1991 and 2014 and discussed sampling and interview techniques in preparation for conducting field research.
Andre Stephens is a Ph.D. candidate in Sociology at the University of Washington. He presented on his discovery after completing interviews for his fieldwork that the number of interviews completed was not as important as what one learned from them.
There are three main criticisms for interviews – specifically semi-structured interviews as a data gathering research method – that Assistant Professor of Communication Matthew Powers highlighted for a record audience
Why are mixed and qualitative methods well suited for studying sites and industries in flux? When Gina Neff, Associate Professor of Communication and QUAL Steering Committee member, was working on
In the early 2000s James Pfeiffer, Anthropology and Global Health Professor at UW, conducted research on Pentecostalism in Mozambique and the impact of the rapidly growing religion on public health
More than 30 graduate students, faculty, and staff interested in qualitative multi-method research attended the inaugural Qualitative Multi-Method Research Initiative (QUAL) Speaker Series talk by sociology professor Steven Pfaff. On