The third day of the seven days National workshop on Qualitative Research Methods in Social Sciences with focus theme Equity and Social organised by CALEM, Department of Education, Panjab University, Chandigarh today had deliberations on gender issues and complexity in studying attitudes and perspectives in qualitative research.
Prof. Rajesh Gill from Department of Sociology, Panjab University, Chandigarh in first session dwelled on unfolding the social realities in context of gender with her experiences. She deliberated on how women are invisible in the present research space and challenges that a social scientist encounters while trying to unfold their life realties.
Dr. Latika Gupta from Central Institute of Education, University of Delhi in her first session posited examples to explain the methodological complexities in studying attitudes and perspectives. With the evidence from her study she highlighted how the voices are being captured through projective techniques.
In second session hermeneutic analysis was explicated where participants had opportunity for hands-on activities.
Earlier, Dr. Kuldeep Kaur, Program & CALEM Co-coordinator introduced the resource persons.
The sessions were interactive as participants shared their experiences and incited many queries.
The third day was concluded with vote of thanks to the resource persons by Prof. Satvinderpal Kaur, Program Coordinator.