Interpretive (Qualitative) Research Paradigm, Methodologies and Methods (Part 1) (Arabic) – Live (ZOOM)

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About Course

This course will help you to read and write interpretive research. It focuses on the main philosophical aspects of interpretive research and translating those aspects into your research design, analysis, and contributions to knowledge.

  • Interpretive Research Paradigm
  • Contextualization and Social Construction of Reality
  • Grounded Theory Approach and Methodology
  • Analytic Frameworks and Interview Guide
  • Coding Strategies and Methods
  • NVivo Workshop
  • Feedback Session

Course Duration

18 Hours over 7 Sessions. Each session is 2.5 hours.

Delivery Method

Each learner will have a new Learning Management System account to have access to the course material and reading list. The workshop is interactive and learners can ask any time. At the end of the workshop, there will be a feedback session to discuss the reflections of this course on the learners’ research proposals and theses.

Learners will have access to the recording for a year.

Course Dates

Start Date: Sunday,  17 January 2021

End Date:  Wednesdays, 31 January 2021

Schedule:  Sundays and Tuesdays 7:00 PM UK Time

Language: Arabic

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What Will You Learn?

  • Free Book
  • A training certificate from IBIS Research (24 Credit Hours)
  • A printed certificate sent to your address by mail
  • Applications to understand academic writing
  • Open discussion forums throughout the training program on What’s App and Facebook
  • Free consultations from the IBIS Consultancy
  • Training videos will be available for 1 year
  • A training package including all topics discussed throughout the training
  • 5% discount on the next booking

Course Content

Interpretive Research Paradigm
Introduction to the interpretive paradigm in social science research. The main ontological, epistemological, and axiological stances governing interpretive research. This session covers the course outline and learning outcomes

  • Lecture 1 Introduction
  • Introduction Interpretive Research Paradigm
  • Quiz on the first lecture

Contextualization and Social Construction of Reality
How to set the research context? A reflection on the interpretive ontological stance on the interpretive research

Grounded Theory Approach and Methodology
This session will cover the Grounded Theory from Glasser and Charmaz perspectives.

Analytic Frameworks and Interview Guide
Interpretive research can be started by adopting an analytic framework to guide the data collection and analysis process. In this workshop, I will cover different examples in the academic papers and theses using analytic frameworks.

Coding Strategies and Methods
This is a workshop with real-life examples of coding processes. This workshop will cover axial, open, closed and selective coding methods. Also, it will cover the thematic analysis process

NVivo Workshop
Hands-on training on NVivo for interpretive research