ENGL 582 E - Topics Research and Writing
Focuses on the diverse research paradigms that are often employed in the study of writing processes. Topics will vary each term. Examines past and current writing research in the topic area with an emphasis on the critical examination of research designs and the influence of epistemologies on the interpretation of data. Course Information: Same as CI 565. May be repeated to a maximum of 8 hours. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in writing studies or consent of instructor.
Digital case study research - What is a case study- How can we define and describe case study research, particularly in an era wherein networked technologies create porous boundaries- This course wrestles with these questions by drawing on various fields, including education (Bartlett and Vavrus, 2017; Dyson and Genishi, 2005; Stake, 1995), social science (Yin, 2009), political science (Gerring, 2017), and sociology (Ragin, 1992). Together, we will learn to craft case studies that can effectively account for networked technologies and other contexts that diffuse phenomena across boundaries and borders (e.g., computational models, algorithms, social media networks, mobile devices, etc.). The course will involve several hands-on activities and culminate in an in-depth case study investigation.
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Course Level: Graduate