UBC Graduate Research

UBC Nightlife Events : Searching Opportunities for Creating an Inclusive Nightlife Event and Increasing Arts and Culture District Opportunities Cardinal, Nicole; Cardinal, Christopher; Carrico, Ruby; Cho, Wonjun; Chow, Laura; Climie, Philip; Davis, Katherine; Flock, Ian; Given, Kaitlynn; Glass, Liana; Heinen, Alexandra; Henry, Allison; Hildebrand, Jenna; Jarvis, Angela; Kew, Jonathan; Kosch, Henry; Lam, Hayston; Luk, Timothy; Luzong, Kevin; McNaughton, Mark; Oakunsheyld, Brianne; Oscilowicz, Emilia; Penner, Pearl; Poskitt, Mark; Rankmore, Sydney; Reisman, Sean; Roberts, Lauren Elizabeth; Roe, Jean; Rondolo, Ryah; Saini, Anandvir; Cruz, Elvia Sanchez Santa; Sarshar, Soraya; Cruz, Jorge Soler; Southard, Rose; Stepanik, Lucie; Streib, Arden; Taylor, Julie; Vespaziani, Leni; Vissers, Michael; Walker, Graham; Witoszkin, Andrea


This report gathers the group projects that the class of PLAN 522: Qualitative Data Collection and Analysis have conducted and which include qualitative assessments of UBC Nightlife and Arts and Culture District. This two-credit course focuses on the what, why, who and how of qualitative mixed methods research design, data collection and analysis relevant to professional planning practice. As a core course for SCARP Master's students, this practice-based course provides beginning and more advanced students an opportunity to prepare for their professional careers. Students will learn about and apply each step of various methods and strategies in qualitative data collection and analysis useful for planning practice. Students worked in seven separate groups, three of them look at the Gaps and Opportunities of the UBC Arts and Culture District and three of them conducted an assessment to give recommendations of how to create a UBC inclusive nightlife event, working from an intersectional perspective. The seventh group worked in the two topics from an indigenous perspective. In this report, we first include an executive summary for each of the group projects, followed by the full report that each group drafted, focusing on the specific group of population with whom they worked. Disclaimer: “UBC SEEDS provides students with the opportunity to share the findings of their studies, as well as their opinions, conclusions and recommendations with the UBC community. The reader should bear in mind that this is a student project/report and is not an official document of UBC. Furthermore readers should bear in mind that these reports may not reflect the current status of activities at UBC. We urge you to contact the research persons mentioned in a report or the SEEDS Coordinator about the current status of the subject matter of a project/report.”

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