Approaches to Research in Work and Health

Subject: 
Recreation & Leisure Studies (REC)
Catalog number: 
731
Unit weight: 
0.50
Meet type: 
LEC
Grading basis: 
NUM
Cross-listing(s): 
HSG-731 KIN-731
Requisites: 
N/A
Description: 
The purpose of this course is to introduce students to different ways of designing and implementing research within the topic area of work and health as well as some of the practical, political and ethical challenges. The course content will include an examination of the epistemological positions associated with different types of research questions, analysis of case studies of research in work and health, and discussions of proposed research questions and proposals that examine problems from a variety of disciplinary perspectives. The course will also include presentations by researchers and practitioners from the work and health domain, who will facilitate discussions on the challenges and opportunities of conducting and applying research in this area.
Topic titles: 
N/A
Faculty: 
Applied Health Sciences (AHS)
Academic level: 
GRD
Course ID: 
013140