17 April 2013

4 May 2013 is the date of the launch of Méthodologie de la théorisation enracinée : fondements, procédures et usages, a book about the grounded theory method edited by Jason Luckerhoff, 2006 Trudeau Scholar, and François Guillemette. The book launch will take place in conjunction with the International Conference on the Grounded Theory Method, where Luckerhoff and Guillemette will present lectures and workshops.

The grounded theory method is a systematic research methodology in the social sciences that operates almost in reverse from traditional social science research. Rather than beginning with a theoretical framework to apply to the phenomenon to be studied, the methodology involves the discovery of theory through the analysis of data.

The international conference on the subject will be held at the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières. Jason Luckerhoff, now an associate professor in the Department of Literature and Social Communication, will present a lecture and a workshop during the event.

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Jason Luckerhoff

Full Professor in Social Communication and Culture, and Responsable of Social Communication's graduate studies (master and doctorate), Department of Literature and Social Communication, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières.

2006 Scholars Directors