An Interpretive Approach to Human Communication Study.
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This module aims to enable students to develop a critical understanding of interpretive research, and competence in the planning and execution of such research. It requires students to confront questions of methodology while attending, also, to those of method: research design, data collection, analysis and the generation of theory. It aims to ensure that students develop a keen awareness of the centrality of the researcher in processes of research design, data collection and analysis, and of ethical issues in interpretive enquiry. While the module aims to enable students to acquire a high level of competence in working with qualitative data in particular, it will require, also, that they become familiar with the ways in which other forms of data can serve interpretive research. The module also aims to enable students develop understanding of, to make an informed evaluation of, and to develop skills in the use of, relevant computer software for data analysis.
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