The Department of Sociology's Qualitative Research and Resource Centre was established as a vehicle to promote the study and practice of qualitative inquiry. The Centre can accommodate a range of studies including focus groups, longitudinal research, narrative inquiry, natural observation, and group interviews.
Research facilities and resources include: study design consultation, technical advice and support, reference materials, qualitative software, audio and video taping, interviewing and transcription equipment, and observation facilities. The Centre organizes workshops and forums on issues of interest to qualitative researchers.
News & Events
- How Do Images Work?, Workshop description and Presenter’s Bio March 19 - Workshop Summary & Presenter's Bio
- Professor Kurasawa Presentation: Windows Mac
- Barred Attachments: Curiosity & Desire in Sexuality Education and Research (Participatory Action Research), Dr. Jessica Fields, 20 November 2012