The China Center will host a training workshop on how to conduct qualitative research. In this workshop, Dr. Shu-jung Li and Dr. Jun Lu will draw from their research experiences to illustrate how to conduct field work, in-depth interviews, and text analysis. They will also reflect on the challenges and rewards of using qualitative research methods and engage in a Q and A with the audience.
A light breakfast will be served. All are welcome. For remote participation via Zoom, please contact Rong Yu at email@example.com.
About the Speakers:
Shu jung Li,Ph.D., Columbia University; MSW, Columbia University, BSW, National Taiwan University. Shu jung Li is a professor at the Department of Social Work, Soochow University, Taipei, Taiwan. Currently, she is a visiting scholar at the China Center. Her research focuses on poverty and inequality, labor policies (particularly in the context of globalization), and comparative social policies in East Asian countries.
Jun Lu, is an adjunct faculty in sociology at Sinclair Community College in Ohio. She received her Ph.D. degree from the Department of Sociology at Purdue University in 2019. Her dissertation research focuses on the representation of religion and atheism in official and commercialized media in post-reform China.