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Community Engaged Research

How do we learn about our social world? How do we know if our ideas about the world are true? How do we find answers to important questions about our social world? How can our research address pressing problems in the community in practical ways? In this course, students will learn the qualitative research methods needed to address contemporary work and labour issues, exploring both the theoretical and practical considerations involved in data collection, analysis and presentation. Underlying this course is a commitment to social justice, underscoring how we can employ social science inquiry in collaboration with community partners to promote improved conditions at work and beyond. 3hr Lecture


Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): III Term(s): Fall Offered?: Yes Language?: No

Stephanie Premji

Associate Professor | Graduate Chair

Prerequisite: Registration in level III or IV of a Labour Studies Program, or Permission of the Director Anti-requisite: Labrst 3H03