Join Prof. Ashley Rubin for a “Crash Course” in Qualitative Methods, Based on Her Recent Book

The Law and Society Association is hosting a qualitative methods workshop taught by Prof. Ashley Rubin (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa).

This “crash course” in qualitative methods, based on Dr. Rubin’s book, Rocking Qualitative Social Science (Stanford University Press, 2021), includes an overview of what qualitative methods are, their characteristics and uses; the essential basics of research design; tricks and tools for data collection and data analysis; common pitfalls and valid and invalid critiques of qualitative research, how to avoid the valid critiques, or and how to respond to the invalid ones. It would be perfect for advanced graduate students and early career researchers, but it is also useful training for anyone with or without prior qualitative experience.

The workshop will be held online over two separate days on April 28 and 29 1:30-4:00 pm Eastern. In addition, Prof. Rubin is also providing up to six (6) one-on-one 30 minute consultations with interested graduate students and early career (pre-tenure) scholars on Saturday, April 30 (first come). The workshop is capped at 50 participants, and registration is required.

Fee for Participation:

Student Members: $30
Student Non-Members: $40
Regular Members: $50
Non-Members: $60

Register Here!

* Please note, you will have to be signed into your LSA profile to register. 

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