Seminar: "Qualitative and Quantitative Research: A Comparative View”

IRED Seminar

Qualitative and Quantitative Research: A Comparative View

  • Theme: "Qualitative and Quantitative Research: A Comparative View"
    Please click here to download the presentation slide of this seminar
  • Date and time: Thursday, August 5, 2014, 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm
  • Speaker: Prof. Kimberly Goyette, Director of the Center for Vietnamese Philosophy, Culture, and Society, Temple University (U.S.A)
  • Venue: IRED office, 4 Ba Huyen Thanh Quan Street, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City
  • Target participants: University professors or lecturers at public and private institutions, and researchers at public and non-profit organizations
  • Language: English-Vietnamese translation
  • Participation fee: Free of charge
  • Organizer: The Institute for Research on Educational Development (IRED)

REGISTRATION

To register for this seminar, please click here or email to Seminar@IRED.edu.vn before 5pm, August 4, 2014.  Due to limited seating, IRED will give priority to appropriate participants on a first come, first served basis.

Seminar agenda

  • 1:30 pm – 2:00 pm: Welcome and Networking
  • 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm: Presentation on the topic
  • 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm: Q&A

About the Seminar

The speaker’s presentation and discussion will cover the following aspects:

  • Inductive vs. Deductive Approaches
  • Comparing Qualitative and Quantitative Research
  • Collecting and Analyzing Qualitative Data
  • Collecting and Analyzing Quantitative Data

About the Speaker

 
Kimberly Goyette became director of the Center for Vietnamese Philosophy, Culture, and Society at Temple University in 2011, after being acting director the previous year. Kim is an associate professor in the Department of Sociology at Temple University. Her areas of specialization include education, race and ethnicity, stratification, immigration, and demography.  Her recent work, published in Social Science Research and Social Problems, has focused on whether social background and occupational expectations account for rising college expectations over time, and how people's perceptions of their local schools vary by their changing racial composition.  Other work in Comparative Education Review looks at how attendance at non-public universities in Vietnam varies by socioeconomic and other family characteristics.  A recent book, titled Education and Immigration, was published in 2013 from Policy Press.  Goyette has served as a reviewer for numerous sociology and education journals. She is on the editorial board of Sociology of Education, and is on the council for the Sociology of Education section of the American Sociological Association.

 

Prof. Kimberly Goyette



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