Spring 2022 Course Information
Advanced Qualitative Research
||University of Missouri
||3 credit hours - $590 per credit
||January 18, 2022 - May 05, 2022
An advanced qualitative research methods course designed to provide
an in-depth look at the historical and philosophical underpinnings of phenomenological research,
and to compare and contrast the descriptive and interpretive approaches. Students should come
into this course with a basic foundation in qualitative research methods, along with an idea for a
phenomenological project they would like to design. By the conclusion of the course, they will
have written the entire Methods section of their research project idea. Prerequisites: AgEdLd
8430 or instructor’s consent.
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Doing Hermeneutic Phenomenological Research: A Practical Guide (2020)
Dibley, L., Dickerson, S., Duffy, M. & Vandermause, R.
Edition: 1st Ed
Publisher: Thousand Oakes, CA: SAGE
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