Online Training Programme on Research Methods on Gender, Poverty and the Informal Economy
The course aims to provide a structural analysis of the complex relationships between informality, gendered relations of power and poverty. It also provides researchers with an enhanced understanding of qualitative and quantitative methods on gender, poverty and the informal economy. This course will be an opportunity to discuss and debate on the ongoing issues in conceptualizing and measuring poverty, women empowerment and gender.
Develop sufficient understanding of research methods particularly, compares and contrasts analytical and methodological frameworks used in various studies related to gender, poverty and the informal economy. Understand various concepts and theories related to gender, poverty and the informal economy research. To learn an overview of qualitative and quantitative research methods. Identify research gaps and propose directions for future research work.
Theoretical perspectives, methods of qualitative and quantitative research techniques, analysis and interpretation of Data.
This training will be delivered in an online mode. The training will primarily make use of lectures, case studies and experience sharing. Each session will be based on a structured Power Point presentation.
Young teachers and researchers from universities, colleges/ research institutions and professionals from various institutions. For the welfare of vulnerable and marginalized groups of the society, we will appreciate if participants from reserved categories (SC/ST/) are also nominated. Basic quantitative research knowledge is required.