Qualitative Research Thesis and Dissertation: Effective Writing and Advising Strategies

As more and more universities embrace qualitative research around the world, more and more students are getting excited about using it for their theses and dissertations. The challenge is that due to the overwhelming quantitative dominance in higher education in the past several decades, many students and research advisors are not well equipped for the qualitative research thesis or dissertation journey. They automatically and unfortunately fall back on the writing and advising strategies that are relevant to quantitative research. This webinar will present practical strategies for qualitative research thesis and dissertation writing for students and practical strategies for advisors. Additional best practices will be shared from attendees’ own experience.

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About the Presenter

Dr. Safary Wa-Mbaleka is a qualitative research scholar who has published several books and journal articles in qualitative research. He has taught qualitative research for a decade now. He has delivered several qualitative research talks, seminars, workshops, webinars, conference presentations, and keynote addresses in different countries in Asia, Africa, Europe, USA, and the Caribbean. In addition to being the founding president of the large Asian Qualitative Research Association, he is the lead editor of the SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Research in the Asian Context, which is coming up in mid-2022.

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