This course provides an introduction to methodology and research methods in international relations, including discourse analysis, quantitative and qualitative methods, comparative case study approaches, and different modes of theoretical arguments. By the end of this course, students shall understand how to conduct scientific research, particularly undertaking research relevant to international relations topics. In addition, students will be equipped with statistical techniques, both descriptive and inferential, that compliment with their project.
- Types of research method in international relations;
- Research design;
- Technique and method in conducting scientific research, both qualitative, quantitative, data triangulation and information;
- Hypothesis drafting, data analysis, and report writing.
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