Kari A Lerum
Focuses on interactions of ethnographic, textual, and performance-based research methods, with special emphasis on participatory action research strategies. Combines theoretical considerations and experimental learning. Prerequisite: BCLST 500. Offered: Sp.
Cultural Studies Research Practices is the second required course in the core curriculum of MACS. This course provides a foundation in research methods utilized in cultural studies and prepares the way for the spring course on collaborative research practices. It engages three key modes of inquiry (textual, ethnographic, and performance-based methods), with a focus on Participatory Action Research, and introduces students to case study methodology.
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