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SIS-680, lecture 4

June 17th, 2008 | Posted by ptj in SIS-680 - (0 Comments)

The fourth lecture for SIS-680, Summer 2008. Topic: “Relational Research.”

Sorry this is late getting posted; I meant to do it earlier but was unable to. And be warned that this is an even longer one than usual, clocking in at something like 2 hours 10 minutes.

SIS-206, lecture eight

June 15th, 2008 | Posted by ptj in SIS-206 - (0 Comments)

The eighth lecture from SIS-206, Summer 2008. Topic: “Monistic Causation, part one.”

SIS-206, lecture seven

June 13th, 2008 | Posted by ptj in SIS-206 - (0 Comments)

The seventh lecture for SIS-206, Summer 2008. Topic: “Monistic Description II: Social Networks.”

SIS-206, lecture six

June 5th, 2008 | Posted by ptj in SIS-206 - (0 Comments)

The sixth lecture for SIS-206, summer 2008. Topic: “Monistic Description I — Participant-Observation.”

SIS-680, lecture three

June 2nd, 2008 | Posted by ptj in SIS-680 - (0 Comments)

The third lecture for SIS-680, on “interpretive research.” Mainly this is about ethnography. There’s some q&a near the end, so the audio gets a bit weird for a few minutes.

Oh, and this is two hours long.

SIS 206, lecture five

May 30th, 2008 | Posted by ptj in SIS-206 - (0 Comments)

Here’s the fifth lecture for SIS-206, Summer 2008. Topic: “Dualist Causation.”

SIS-206, lecture four

May 29th, 2008 | Posted by ptj in SIS-206 - (0 Comments)

The fourth lecture for SIS-206, Summer 2008. Topic: “Quantitative Description.” Special guest appearance by Lou Gehrig, and some guy in a Yankees jersey.

SIS-206, lecture three

May 25th, 2008 | Posted by ptj in SIS-206 - (0 Comments)

Here’s the third lecture from SIS-206, Summer 2008. Topic: “Dualist Description, part one.”

SIS-206, lecture two

May 22nd, 2008 | Posted by ptj in SIS-206 - (0 Comments)

Here’s the second lecture from SIS-206, Summer 2008. Topic: “Theory and Research.”

SIS-680, lecture two

May 19th, 2008 | Posted by ptj in SIS-680 - (0 Comments)

Here’s the second lecture for SIS-680. This one’s on comparative case study methodology. Yes, it’s a long one. I suspect that most of the 680 podcasts will be long ones.