A Model for Teaching Qualitative Research Methods to Undergraduate Social Work Students
Social work students are drawn to qualitative research methods, perhaps because of their experience with interviewing and their interest in process. However, since students need to learn both qualitative and quantitative research methods because both are used in the literature, instructors are challenged to teach both types of methods in one course. The purpose of this article is to illustrate one method used to teach qualitative research methods to undergraduate social work students. The model presents a narrative analysis and moves students from raw data to an analytical model.
Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work
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Langer, Carol L.; Lietz, Cynthia A.; and Furman, Rich, "A Model for Teaching Qualitative Research Methods to Undergraduate Social Work Students" (2007). Social Work & Criminal Justice Publications. 174.