Methodology for Communication Sciences - 1st semester

Objectives

General characterization

Code

73201100

Credits

10

Responsible teacher

Marcin Lewinski

Hours

Weekly - 2

Total - Available soon

Teaching language

Portuguese-English

Prerequisites

None.

Bibliography

Bibliografia principal:

Foss, S.K., & Waters, W. (2016). Destination Dissertation: A Traveler’s Guide to a Done Dissertation. 2nd ed. Lanham: Rowman.

Bauer. M. W., & Gaskell, G. (2003). Pesquisa Qualitativa com Texto, Imagem e Som: Um Manual Prático. Trad. P. A. Guareschi. 2ª ed. Petrópolis: Editora Vozes.
Punch, K. F. (2006). Developing Effective Research Proposals. 2nd Ed. Los Angeles: Sage.
Punch, K. F. (2014). Introduction to Social Research: Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches. 3rd Ed. Los Angeles: Sage.

Outros textos relacionados com metodologias / projetos específicas/os.

Teaching method

This curricular unit will count with the participation of more than one doctorate teacher or researcher, under the coordination of the responsible teacher. The presentation of each methodology (for example, logic analysis, semiotic analysis, quantitative methods, focus groups, etc.) will be entrusted to a Department’s doctorate teacher or a doctorate researcher member of one of the Centers associated to the Program.
A session for exposing the theoretical and methodological foundation at stake. A second session for presenting the methodology’s uses and critical exam of their results.
During every session, there will always be time for discussion between the lecturer and other participants, especially the doctoral students.

Evaluation method

Participation in the seminar.
Presentation and discussion of the pre-proposal (November-December).
Quality of the written proposal (10 pages; deadline: end of December).

Subject matter

Programs

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