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  1. Hello there, I'm from Turkey with a Law B.A. and a political science M.A. (still studying on my thesis), and I am planning to apply sociology phd programs in the USA. However, the qualitative analysis method is preferred in most of the social sciences programs, and quantitative method is not taught enough or maybe not at all (in my case). I did not took any calculus or statistics class. As I see, on the other hand. the social sciences are tended to prefer quantitative analysis method in the USA. So, I don't want to waste my time/money/effort to apply for programs which I cannot be accepted, and I think that my chance would increase if I apply for the schools which prefer qualitative method or at least tolerate it. Do you know what programs would be better for me in this regard? Thanks!
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