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FLaG welcomes applications to fully funded ESRC studentship award

We are delighted to have been awarded a fully funded ESRC PhD Collaborative studentship, led by Sarah Irwin. In partnership with Born in Bradford and its Age of Wonder qualitative longitudinal study with young people, we welcome applications to: Shaping the Future: Bradford young people's engagement with the future through action in the present Click...

Translating the value of Qualitative Longitudinal Research Across Disciplines: Bren Neale and Jonas Masdonati in conversation, 5th March

We are delighted to invite you to a seminar where Prof. Bren Neale (Leeds) and Dr. Jonas Masdonati (Lausanne, and FLaG Visiting Fellow) will present and be ‘In Conversation’ about the value of Qualitative Longitudinal research methodology for capturing and interrogating social processes as they unfold over time

Joint FLaG /SSP research symposium on 21st Feb: Vocational pathways, inequalities and the meanings of (decent) work

With SSP, FLaG is co-hosting a research seminar: 'Vocational pathways, inequalities and the meanings of (decent) work',  a mini symposium with Jonas Masdonati (Lausanne), Kim Allen and Karen Tatham (Leeds): abstracts and details here. All welcome

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Translating the value of Qualitative Longitudinal Research Across Disciplines. Prof. Bren Neale and Dr. Jonas Masdonati

Prof. Bren Neale (Leeds) and Dr. Jonas Masdonati (Lausanne, and FLaG Visiting Fellow) will present and be ‘In Conversation’ about...

Vocational pathways, inequalities and the meanings of (decent) work: a mini symposium

We are delighted to invite you to a symposium with 3 complementary presentations from Jonas, Kim and Karen. Each will...

Maintaining Gendered Practice. Dr. Bonita Carroll

Join here ABSTRACT Carroll’s research documents the lived experience of women working as tradespersons in large industrial plants associated with...

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