David Nunnally Selected to Participate in Syracuse's IQMR Workshop
Posted: Mar 27, 2017 - 12:00am
Graduate student David Nunnally was selected to participate in the Institute for Qualitative and Multi-Method Research (June 17-29), held by Syracuse University's Center for Qualitative and Multi-Method Inquiry.
The institute seeks to enable participants to create and critique methodologically sophisticated qualitative research designs, including case studies, tests of necessity or sufficiency, and narrative or interpretive work. It explores the techniques, uses, strengths, and limitations of these methods, while emphasizing their relationships with alternative approaches. Topics include research design, concept formation, methods of structured and focused comparisons of cases, typological theory, case selection, process tracing, comparative historical analysis, congruence testing, path dependency, interpretivism, counterfactual analysis, interview and field research (including archival) techniques, necessary and sufficient conditions, fuzzy set methods, and philosophy of science issues relevant to qualitative research.