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Qualitative Research Methods

This Guide will provide information about qualitative research resources at Duquesne University.


This guide will help you find information about qualitative research.  Planning qualitative research is a challenging process, but there are many resources at Duquesne to help. 

Center for Interpretive and Qualitative Research (CIQR)

Center for Interpretive and Qualitative Research (CIQR)
"CIQR is a center at Duquesne that hosts seminars, offers a graduate certificate and is involved in furthering qualitative research on campus.  "The purpose of CIQR ("seeker") is to develop and explore interpretive and qualitative research methods as well as their practical implications.

Duquesne University has established a reputation as a locus for interpretive and qualitative research in the humanities, with phenomenological, hermeneutic, post-structural, critical theory and feminist research in departments such as philosophy, communications and English literature."


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