Research Methods in Intercultural Communication

Course code
C66
Course fee
Price
€400
Course Level
Advanced Bachelor
Variations
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This course will be offered in an online setting. In this course, students will be introduced to the basics of conducting research in the field of Intercultural Communication. Common pitfalls of intercultural and multilingual research and possible practical solutions will also be considered. This course combines theory and relevant considerations about research methods with a more practical approach in which different methods of data collection and analysis will be explored and compared.

In this course, students will be introduced to the basics of conducting research in the field of Intercultural Communication. Both quantitative methods and qualitative methods will be covered, as well as the possibility of using mixed methods is discussed. Common pitfalls of intercultural and multilingual research and possible practical solutions will be considered. This course combines theory and relevant considerations about research methods with a more practical approach in which different methods of data collection and analysis (e.g. observation, interveiw, survey and corpus analysis) will be explored and compared.

This course is offered in cooperation with the Master in Intercultural Communication.

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Course director
Prof. dr. Jan D. ten Thije

Lecturers

Carlo Giordano (course leader) wrote his PhD-thesis on Mitigation strategies in academic literature. His main interests are: second language teaching, postcolonial theories, new mobilities, intercultural education, digital education. He has different working experiences abroad (Spain, Lithuania, France, Italy) before coming to Utrecht. Topics he has covered include 2° language and culture, intercultural education, migration studies, postcolonial literature, (socio)linguistics, and academic writing.

Target audience

Background in language and cultural studies, interested in intercultural communication and background from Humanities fields or sciences.

Aim of the course

To provide students with an introduction to the basics of conducting research in the field of Intercultural Communication.

Study load

Two daily sessions (09.00-11.30 & 13.00-15.00); max one hour homework per day.
Timezone: CEST (Central European Summer Time), UTC/GMT +2 hours.

Costs

Course fee:
Price
€400
Included:
Fee covers
Course + course materials

Application


For this course you are required to upload the following documents when applying:

Motivation Letter
C.V.

More information

Mariam El Chami | E: m.elchami@uu.nl

Registration

Application deadline: 
Registration deadline
01 July 2021