Targeting Appropriate Research Methods for the Task at Hand: Examples from Higher Education Policy Research
Research methods in social science range from aggregate data analysis, to survey and interview data of various sorts, to a complex range of “qualitative” methods. This seminar looks at this range of “tools” from the perspective of choosing those appropriate to a given task at hand, all within the framework of Higher Education Policy Analysis.
13 October 2018 (Saturday)
9:30 am - 11:30am
MBG01, G/F Patrick Lee Wan Keung Academic Building, Lingnan University
Professor Deane Neubauer
The University of Hawai’i at Mānoa
Biography of Speaker
Professor Deane Neubaueris Emeritus Professor of Political Science at the University of Hawaii, Manoa and Adjunct Fellow at the East-West Center. He holds a BA from the University of California Riverside, and MA and PhD degrees from Yale University in political Science. He was Dean of Social Science (1980-88) at UHM, Chancellor of the Manoa Campus of UH (2001-2) and Vice President of the UH system (11 campuses) from 2001-04. He participated in the East-West Center’s International Forum for Education 2020 from 2005-2013 and as co-director of the Asia Pacific Higher Education Research Partnership (APHERP) which in 2017 moved to Lingnan University.