Introduction to social science methods for conducting research in racial-ethnic communities.
Students learn ethical considerations for entering and exiting marginalized communities.
Attention to various qualitative methods (i.e., focus groups, participant observation,
needs assessment, field notes, interviews, and analysis of documents, texts, or archives)
as a means to understand and contribute to empowering affected communities. Opportunities
to implement, collect, and/or analyze data. E
nrollment restricted to students with Junior or Senior standing. Enrollment requirements:
ETST 101 and 301. Corequisite: ETST 310.