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Mixed Methods Designs - Dr. Bojana Lobe

Bojana Lobe
bojana.lobe@fdv.uni-lj.si

University of Ljubljana

Bojana Lobe is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, where she teaches various methods courses, including Social Science Data Collection and Digital Technologies.

Her research interests include online qualitative research methods, integration of qualitative and quantitative methods online, qualitative comparative analysis, and researching children’s experiences online with mixed methods.

She is the author of the book Integration of Online Research Methods and of several chapters and articles on conducting online focus groups and interviews. She is a member of the research programme Social Science Methodology, Statistics and Informatics at the University of Ljubljana.

Since 2006, Bojana has been actively involved in researching the experiences of children and young people with internet and digital technologies through various projects:


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Short Bio Dr. Bojana Lobe is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana (UL), and has been lecturing courses on Methodology of the Social Sciences, Marketing research, New Technologies in Social Science Methodology, Statistics, and Integration of Qualitative and Quantitative methods, Questionnaire Design, Comparative Methodology. Her research interests are integration of qualitative and quantitative methods online, qualitative comparative analysis, researching children’s experiences with mixed methods; she has also authored a book on Integration of Online research Methods. She is a member of the editorial board of International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches. Prerequisite knowledge By registering to this course, you certify that you possess the prerequisite knowledge that is requested to be able to follow this course. The instructor will not teach again these prerequisite items. If you doubt whether you possess that knowledge to a sufficient extent, we suggest you contact the instructor before you proceed to your registration. Participants enrolling in this course should have a basic knowledge in qualitative and quantitative methods – understands the basic ontological, epistemological and methodological difference between qualitative and quantitative data collection methods. No prior knowledge of Mixed Methods Designs, specifically, is required.

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