Friday, June 27, 2014

Methodological Challenges in the 21st Century: 30 June; streaming #socmethods

Diversity and community is the next seminar in the University of Sheffield Social Sciences Faculty series: Social Science Research Questions and Methodological Challenges in the 21st Century. Each seminar is a couple of hours long: I and Marshall Dozier (University of Edinburgh) are presenting at the one in October.
If you happen to be in Sheffield you can join the seminar face to face (in ICOSS, University of Sheffield). Otherwise it should be streamed live, and a recording of the first session is available.
"The seminars will involve researchers discussing the kinds of research questions they are beginning to ask and looking at the methodological approaches and challenges that these questions pose."

- Information about the Diversity and community seminar, which takes place 1pm-3pm UK time on 30 June 2014,  is at
 - There is a recording of the first seminar, held on 20 may 2014, Wellbeing and disadvantage on the page
 - The next seminars are on 16 July (Vulnerabilities and risks) and 15 October (The relationship between social and digital worlds) and the series finishes with a roundtable event on 26 November.
Website at
The picture is of me (right) and Marshall Dozier being diverse in Second Life

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