Workshop On Basic Qualittive Research Methodology
25-26 April 2018, Universiti Brunei Darussalam
This Workshop is designed to equip participants with key concept on qualitative methodology and methods in order for them to become effective qualitative researchers and policy makers. They will learn basic differences between quantitative and qualitative approaches, ethnography and methods in collecting qualitative information. They also will undesrtand basic steps in analysing data and develop competencies in producing a qualitative report. The audience of this workshop should have basic understanding of research methodology and are expected to be actively angaged in classroom activities.
Dr Raihani is Profesor in Islamic Education Studies and Vice Dean at the Faculty of Psychology, Universitas islam Negeri Sultan Syarif Kasim. He is also an Adjunct Research Fellow at the University of Western Australia. He received his Master of Education an PhD from the University of Melbourne. He conducts educational researchusing qualitative approaches and has published books and articles in international journals. He has worked as a qualitative research specialist in various development agencies such as the World Bank, Palladium, and Coffey International and regularly conducts workshop on qulitative research methodology at universities and other institutions in Indonesia.
8.15 am- 5 pm, 23 April 2018
Universiti Brunei Darussalam
Education (formal and informal) plays a crucial role in the learning processes and in the transmission and acquisition of cltural knowledge among children and youth. This workshop is a pioneering collaboration among Centre for Advanced Research (CARe), Institute for Leadership, Innovation and Advancement (ILIA), and Sultan Hassanak Bolkiah Institute of Education (SHBIE) at Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD), in conjunction with the University of Western Australia, in bringing together researchers from different discipilines to discuss educational practices and studies on youth through the empirical methodology of ethnography. It welcomes research that uses ethnographic methods to examine how people act, interact, and construct meanings and identities in natural settings.
Though an examination of ethnographic cases from the region, the workshop provides a platform for intelectual exchange on theoretical significance of ethnographic practices, multiple methodes of generating data, issues and challenges related to ethnographic approach and ways to recognize the centrality of the researcher in the research process.
24 April 2018, Care Meeting Room, Universiti Brunei Darussalam
Speaker People (Professor Lyn Parker and Professor Raihani)
Professor Lyn Parker is an anthropologist who has specialised in the social and cultural anthropolgy of Indonesia. Her Books include Adolescents in Contemporary Indonesia (with PAm Nilan, Routledge, 2013) and from Subjects to Citizens : Balinese Villagers in the Indonesian Nation-State (NIAS Press, 2003), as well as many edited volumes and special issues, e.g Women and Work in Indonesoa (with Michele Ford, Routledge, 2008), Indonesia and the MAlay World , Special Issue on “The Stigmatisation of Janda in Indonesia” (with Helen Creese, 2016) and Asian Studies Review Themed Section on “Negotiating Diversity n Indonesia” (with Chang – YAu Hoon, 2017). She has been the lead investigator in a string of Australia Research Council Discovery Grants and has assessed grants internationally e.g for the ARC and the Netherlands Organisatio for Scientific Research (NWO).
Dr Raihani is Professor in Islamic Education Studies and Vice Dean at the Faculty of Psychology, Universitas islam Negeri Sultan Syarif Kasim. He is also an Adjunct Research Fellow at the University of Western Australia. He received his Master of Education an PhD from the University of Melbourne. He is the Author of 5 books and many articles in international journals. He has also won many grants from international funding organisations and has worked as a reserch specialist in variuos development agencies such as The World Bank, Palladium and Coffey International.