Online workshop 1: How to combine qualitative methodologies : designing your best « methodological bricolage » by Dr Cyrielle Maingraud-Martinaud
IFRA-NIGERIA ONLINE WORKSHOPS PROGRAMME
As you may know, in accordance with the latest government statement regarding measures to contain the COVID-19 virus, IFRA-Nigeria's offices are closed until further notice, library included. However, IFRA’s team has come up with alternative solutions to continue its training activities.
We will host a series of online events using Facebook Live as a platform.
ONLINE WORSHOP 1 : « HOW TO COMBINE QUALITATIVE METHODOLOGIES: DESIGNING YOU BEST METHODOLOGICAL BRICOLAGE »
The first workshop was facilitated by the deputy director of IFRA, Dr Cyrielle Maingraud and tittled « How to combine qualitative methodologies : designing your best ‘methodological bricolage’ »
On Tuesday 14th of April 2020 at 1pm (Nigerian time), Dr. Cyrielle Maingraud-Martinaud hosted a live workshop themed on « How to combine qualitative methodologies : designing your best ‘methodological bricolage’ ».
Dr. Cyrielle Maingraud-Martinaud is the deputy director of IFRA and her research focuses on the interactions between political systems and identity politics, focusing especially on religion. During her PhD she used different methods including observation, semi-structured interviews and press review.
What is the workshop about?
In social sciences, disciplines are often associated with a specific methodology - participatory observation for anthropology, archive works for history, semi-structured interview for sociology etc. However, one is often led to combine these different methods at some point in the course of a research, and to design his/her own « methodological bricolage ».
This workshop aims at presenting the various methods available in social sciences and discussing how to best combine them to gather, produce and interpret data in a way that is specific for each researcher. It is directed at PhD or master’s students who are yet to finish their fieldwork.
Re-watch the workshop:
A recorded video of the workshop is still available on the links bellow