Qualitative Methodologies in Criminology
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Tutorial/Seminar: 3

This course examines qualitative research methodologies in Criminology. It is designed to introduce students to epistemological issues that distinguish qualitative from quantitative methodologies and to provide an overview of dimensions of qualitative research methodologies, including research ethics, grounded theorizing, sampling, data collection techniques, and qualitative analysis. The course will assist in the development of the necessary critical thinking skills for critiquing and evaluating existing research on crime and deviance. Topics may include interviews, participant observation, interpretive research, ethnomethodology, historical research, discourse analysis, and feminist methodologies. (Cross-listed as PD426.)

Additional Course Information
CC100 and CC233/HS233/OL233 or PS295 and registration status: Year 4 Criminology or Policing.
PD400, PD426.
Seminar course