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Lehrveranstaltungen

Qualitative Research Methods – Tutorial 3 (Übung)

Dozent/in: Anna Stöber

Termin:
14-täglich | Donnerstag | 14:15 - 15:45 | 16.10.2023 - 02.02.2024 | C 12.013 Seminarraum

Inhalt: The course will be taught in two different modes in which the tutorials fulfill distinct tasks. When selecting a tutorial, please be aware that the tutorials differ in the thematic focus of the research projects that you will undertake. This particular tutorial will address the topic of "Employee Activism." Mode 1 – October 16th to December 4th Mode 1 takes place during the first half of the semester. Please note that it is of utmost importance to prepare your attendance of the tutorials. Details will be provided in the first tutorial session. Mode 1 concludes with a test of your knowledge of the course subjects covered in lectures 1 to 12. Mode 2 – December 5th to March 15th Mode 2 stretches throughout the second half of the semester; it kicks off with the tutorial session on December 14th and concludes with the submission of your research reports. During mode 2, you apply your knowledge of qualitative research methods by conducting your own research projects in groups. The tutorial sessions in this mode have two objectives. First, we will discuss particular topics that will help you navigate the process of your research projects. Second, we will use the tutorials to discuss your questions and give collective feedback on your emerging research projects. Be advised that hearing the feedback both on your own as well as on others’ projects is absolutely necessary to develop a research project that meets our expectations. Please make sure to carefully read through the syllabus as it entails key information about the structure of this course.

Qualitative Research Methods (Vorlesung)

Dozent/in: Johanne Düsterbeck, Anna Stöber

Termin:
wöchentlich | Montag | 08:15 - 09:45 | 16.10.2023 - 27.11.2023 | C HS 4 | Lehrpräsenz der Studierenden frei einteilbar, da die zuvor produzierten Videos jederzeit einsehbar sind.
Einzeltermin | Mo, 11.12.2023, 08:15 - Mo, 11.12.2023, 09:45 | C HS 4 | examination date test

Inhalt: This course offers students a more advanced introduction to qualitative research methods. Qualitative research is a research strategy that emphasizes large bodies of unstructured data (textual, graphical, audio, and video data) that cannot be meaningfully analyzed by formal, statistical approaches. Students will learn how to set up a qualitative research project and will be informed about different qualitative research approaches such as case study research, grounded theory, ethnography or design science. The course gives students the opportunity to learn how to construct a research question, craft a qualitative research design, collect and rigorously analyze data with the help of qualitative data analysis methodologies and procedures, as well as evaluating the quality of qualitative research. Please make sure to carefully read through the syllabus as it entails key information about the structure of this course. Also, make sure to register for the Moodle course (tab: Onlinelehre) where you can find the lecture videos and further important course materials.

Qualitative Research Methods – Tutorial 1 (Übung)

Dozent/in: Johanne Düsterbeck

Termin:
14-täglich | Donnerstag | 14:15 - 15:45 | 16.10.2023 - 02.02.2024 | C 12.107 Seminarraum | C 12.107

Inhalt: The course will be taught in two different modes in which the tutorials fulfill distinct tasks. When selecting a tutorial, please be aware that the tutorials differ in the thematic focus of the research projects that you will undertake. This particular tutorial will address the topic of "Meaningful Work." The concept of meaningfulness has been defined as a genuinely positive subjective experience of existential significance at work (Lips-Wiersma & Morris, 2009; Pratt & Ashforth, 2003), which is associated with positive psychological and organizational outcomes (Bailey et al., 2018). However, more recent studies have shown that experiencing excessive meaningfulness (Bunderson & Thomson, 2009) can lead to adverse consequences for the individual, „such as overwork, the acceptance of poor working conditions, cynicism, or negative attitudes towards others” (Bailey et al., 2019, p. 489). Consequently, Bailey and colleagues (2019) argue that the concept of meaningfulness inherently involves tensions. These tensions emerge concerning outcomes (both positive and negative) and also regarding who or what is involved in the construction of meaningfulness (the "self" and "others"). Mode 1 – October 16th to December 4th Mode 1 takes place during the first half of the semester. Please note that it is of utmost importance to prepare your attendance of the tutorials. Details will be provided in the first tutorial session. Mode 1 concludes with a test of your knowledge of the course subjects covered in lectures 1 to 12. Mode 2 – December 5th to March 15th Mode 2 stretches throughout the second half of the semester; it kicks off with the tutorial session on December 14th and concludes with the submission of your research reports. During mode 2, you apply your knowledge of qualitative research methods by conducting your own research projects in groups. The tutorial sessions in this mode have two objectives. First, we will discuss particular topics that will help you navigate the process of your research projects. Second, we will use the tutorials to discuss your questions and give collective feedback on your emerging research projects. Be advised that hearing the feedback both on your own as well as on others’ projects is absolutely necessary to develop a research project that meets our expectations. Please make sure to carefully read through the syllabus as it entails key information about the structure of this course. Also, make sure to register for the Moodle course as it contains the lecture videos and further important materials for the course (> Lecture > Onlinelehre). Link to our shared Kanban board: https://cryptpad.digitalcourage.de/kanban/#/2/kanban/edit/-Tl57l6i59RwmvRknSvHpvD8/ Link to our shared file for documenting the solutions to the review questions: https://cryptpad.digitalcourage.de/pad/#/2/pad/edit/qIJfMiD7wUvnm5yJOtkN0Mtw/

Qualitative Research Methods – Tutorial 2 (Übung)

Dozent/in: Lillan Lommel

Termin:
14-täglich | Donnerstag | 14:15 - 15:45 | 16.10.2023 - 02.02.2024 | C 12.105 Seminarraum

Inhalt: The course will be taught in two different modes in which the tutorials fulfill distinct tasks. When selecting a tutorial, please be aware that the tutorials differ in the thematic focus of the research projects that you will undertake. This particular tutorial will address the topic of "Inclusion and Exclusion in Organizational Contexts." Mode 1 – October 16th to December 4th: Mode 1 takes place during the first half of the semester. Please note that it is of utmost importance to prepare your attendance of the tutorials. Details will be provided in the first tutorial session. Mode 1 concludes with a test of your knowledge of the course subjects covered in lectures 1 to 12. Mode 2 – December 5th to March 15th Mode 2 stretches throughout the second half of the semester; it kicks off with the tutorial session on December 14th and concludes with the submission of your research reports. During mode 2, you apply your knowledge of qualitative research methods by conducting your own research projects in groups. The tutorial sessions in this mode have two objectives. First, we will discuss particular topics that will help you navigate the process of your research projects. Second, we will use the tutorials to discuss your questions and give collective feedback on your emerging research projects. Be advised that hearing the feedback both on your own as well as on others’ projects is absolutely necessary to develop a research project that meets our expectations. Please make sure to carefully read through the syllabus as it entails key information about the structure of this course.