Call for Participants: Qualitative Methods Workshop (June 29-July 2)

Qualitative Methods Workshop

June 29 – July 2nd, 2022

Nova School of Business & Economics

Campus of Carcavelos

Lisbon, Portugal

Join us for an intensive 4-day experiential workshop in qualitative research methods for studying work and organizing. The goal of this workshop, open to doctoral students, post-doctoral fellows and early-career faculty, is to provide project-based, interactive training in qualitative research methods and build community and networks across qualitative researchers.

Learn how to:​

• Collect qualitative data through interviews, participant and non-participant observation, archival data and artifacts

• Code data, write memos, create visuals and use other analysis techniques

• Develop grounded theory

• Frame your data to make theoretical contributions to the literature

• Navigate the writing and publishing process

• Be an active and engaged qualitative researcher

Faculty: 

Beth Bechky, NYU

Anne-Laure Fayard, NOVA SBE

Ruthanne Huising, EMLYON

Hila Lifshitz-Assaf, NYU

Melissa Mazmanian, UC Irvine

Apply here by March 15, 2022: https://www.qualitativemethodsworkshop.com/

Questions?  Contact: qualitativemethodsworkshop@gmail.com

One thought on “Call for Participants: Qualitative Methods Workshop (June 29-July 2)

  1. biswanathlahiri

    *Nova* School of Business & Economics

    Campus of Carcavelos

    Lisbon, Portugal

    Regarding Submission

    Dear Sir, Good Morning! I am interested to submit my research paper in the journal publishing by your esteem department. A line confirming your decision would be highly appreciated by me. With warm regards. Dr.B. N.Lahiri JJT University, Mumbai, India

    On Sat, Jan 29, 2022 at 1:39 AM Organizations, Occupations and Work wrote:

    > Diana Enriquez posted: ” Qualitative Methods Workshop June 29 – July 2nd, > 2022 Nova School of Business & Economics Campus of Carcavelos Lisbon, > Portugal Join us for an intensive 4-day experiential workshop in > qualitative research methods for studying work and ” >

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