The course addresses analytical strategies of coding of qualitative data; statistical analysis of questionnaire surveys; how to write results of qualitative and quantitative analysis. It also covers difficulties and solutions in data analysis and writing encountered in professional and academic settings. Finally, the course provides examples of the practical use of the material covered.
This course is designed for participants who already have some basic knowledge and skills in social sciences methodology. The main aim of the course is to further discuss qualitative and quantitative data analysis.
- To improve data analysis;
- To apply coding strategies in qualitative and quantitative methods;
- To do statistical analysis;
- To understand how to write results from analysis;
- To share experience based on writing thesis and reports.
When & Where
3, 4, 5 August 2012 - (14 hours of class)
On the campus of the Asian Institute of Technology Center in Vietnam, Hanoi.
- US$ 250
- No scholarship available
- Accommodation and transportation are not included.
Register by email to Ms Diep, firstname.lastname@example.org, before 20 May 2012
(A minimum of 10 participants is required for the course).
Prof. Willi Zimmerman (AIT) studied political science and directed a private research company before teaching and doing research at Geneva University. He was Associate Professor at the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) and is currently Adjunct Associate Professor of AIT. He teaches Research Methodology, Public Sector Management, Public Policy Implementation and Analysis with a focus on environment related issues.
Dr. Alexandre Dormeier Freire (IHEID) earned a PhD in development studies. He is sociologist by education. His research focuses on education and governance issues in Indonesia and Vietnam with special attention to skills development, labour market, social transformations, education choices, decentralisation, human development and social inequalities. He teaches research methodology, human development, and state-society relations.