Análise Compreensiva (not translated)
a) a) To understand the theoretical and technical aspects of comprehensive analysis methodologies;
b) Ability to plan and manage a comprehensive field research;
c) Ability to collect and organize qualitative data for comprehensive analysis;
d) Ability to use several methodological tools
e) Ability to expose in a rigorous and meaningful way the results of a comprehensive analysis
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Miles, M.B. & Huberman, A.M. (1994). Qualitative data analysis: An expanded source book. Lomdon: Sage .
Muchielli, R. (1982). L´anlyse de contenu des documents et des communications. Paris: Les Editions ESF.
Rémy, J. & Ruquoy, D. (ed.) (1990). Méthodes d´analyse de contenu en sociologie. Bruxelles: Publications des Facultés Universitaires Saint-Louis.
Silverman, D. (1993). Interpreting qualitative data: Methods for analysing talk, text and interaction. London: Sage.
Strauss, A.L. (1987). Qualitative analysis for social ccientists. Cambridge: Cambridge Universiity Press.
Hiernaux, J.-P. (1997). \"Análise estrutural de conteúdos e modelos culturais: Aplicação a materiais volumosos\", in Albarello, L. et al., Práticas e métodos de investigação em ciências sociais. Lisboa: Gradiva, pp.156-202.
Lectures on theoretical and technical subjects;
Exercises in analysis in pratical classwork on materials provided by the professor and the students.
Assignements for students to collect and organise materials for analysis, using some of the procedures they are learning (50%) and presentation and discussion in class (10%);
Exercises in analysis in practical classwork (20%); One written test in class (20%).
I - Introduction to comprehensive analysis
II - Methods - the interview
III - Methods - ethnography
IV - Methods - visual interpretation
V - Methods - content analysis
VI - Comprehensive Research - concluding remarks
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