The 8th Annual IPSA-NUS Summer School for Social Science Research Methods will be held at the National University of Singapore on July 1-12, 2019.
The Methods School offers a wide variety of basic to advanced courses in quantitative, qualitative, and formal methods. All courses focus on both the theory and practice of social science research. They provide high-quality, hands-on training in diverse, state-of-the-art methods and techniques and are taught by outstanding and highly experienced international faculty.
The following one- and two-week Methods School courses will be offered in 2019:
Applied Data Analysis (Tobias Hofmann, University of Utah)
Case Study Analysis (Cameron Thies, Arizona State University)
Discourse and Visual Analysis I & II (Terrell Carver, University of Bristol)
Experimental Methods (Jason Barabas and Jennifer Jerit, Stoney Brook University)
Network Analysis I & II (Adam Henry, University of Arizona)
Qualitative Data Analysis I & II (Marie-Hélène Paré, Open University of Catalonia)
Quantitative Public Policy Analysis I & II (Bruno Cautres, Science Po Paris)
Quantitative Text Analysis I & II (Inaki Sagarzazu, Texas Tech University)
Regression Analysis (Katsunori Seki, University of Tsukuba, and Guy Whitten, Texas A&M University)
Additional courses will be announced soon.
"Early Bird" registration discounts available until March 31, 2019!
For more information on the various Methods School courses and instructors, financial aid, registration discounts, and more, visit the website or contact email@example.com.
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