CMNS 262 Qualitative Research Methods in Communication Studies




The course introduces students to a variety of qualitative research methods utilized within communication and media studies. It also explores the philosophical, ethical, and political backgrounds against which the social construction of knowledge in understandings of communication, media, and society takes place. Led by the instructor, students will approach qualitative research as a set of techniques for gathering and evaluating data relating to problems used in an ethically responsible, inclusive knowledge-building practice.


CMNS 112, 132 plus one 200-level 3 credit Communication Studies course

Course Outlines

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