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Online workshop 2: "The winning team: Combining qualitative and quantitative research in social sciences" by Prof Marc-Antoine Pérouse de Montclos

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.

2ND ONLINE WORKSHOP: "THE WINNING TEAM: COMBINING QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE IN SOCIAL SCIENCES"

This second workshop on "The winning team: Combining qualitative and quantitative research in social sciences" was facilitated by Prof Marc-Antoine Pérouse de Montclos. It was held on Tuesday 21st  of April 2020 at 2pm (Nigerian time) on our Facebook page. 

Prof. Marc Antoine Pérouse de Montclos is a political scientist with the Institute of Research for Development (IRD) in Paris. He is a specialist on armed conflicts in Sub Saharan Africa and Nigeria in particular. He is also the scientific director of Nigeria Watch, an IFRA affiliated project. 

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What is the workshop about?

In social sciences and humanities, many researchers tend to stick with what they have been taught and what they know best, depending on their discipline, this is either qualitative and quantitative methods. However, there are plenty of possiblities to explore to combine those two school of thoughts and combine quantitative and qualitative methods in a relevant manner. 

Based on Prof Marc Antoine Pérouse de Montclos' experience, this workshop aims at introducing key practices in using quantitative and qualitative methods and showcase how to best combine them. It is directed at PhD or master’s students who are yet to finish their fieldwork.

You can download the document discussed during the workshop here:

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