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AIS 602 - Interdisciplinary Research: Theory and Methods

Course information

Usually Offered: Fall, Spring
Course Description:

Survey of important theoretical perspectives and their associated qualitative methodologies in American Indian studies. Overview of selected disciplinary frameworks of inquiry, discussions of case studies, and student exercises in choosing and implementing appropriate qualitative research methods.

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences