Can we all get along? Bridging the quantitative-qualitative divide
The divide between numbers and stories has a long history in social science and humanities research, a tension highlighted by the advent of big data. But there’s a way out of this artificial dilemma – use the method that best suits your goal. In this workshop, eminent practitioners from all the methods camps – quantitative, qualitative and mixed – will come together to offer practical advice about using their individual tool kits and helping you make your research more insightful.
Speakers include: Alex Clark, Advisory Board Chair of International Institute for Qualitative Methodology, and professor and associate dean of research nursing at the University of Alberta.
This workshop will take place in English.
This event is being hosted by SAGE Publishing.