Rados Keravica and Hanaa Mustafa will discuss their research into child participation and human rights
Professor Jacqueline Stevenson will lead this two hour workshop for PhD students wanting to hone their qualitative analysis skills
From messiness to meaning: how do we make sense of ambivalence and ‘contradiction’ in qualitative interviews?
Dr Daniel Edmiston and Prof. Jacqueline Stevenson will present at this special FLaG seminar on 3rd Dec, 11 – 12.30
Building on research evidence from ‘Public Views and the Climate Crisis’ we ran a workshop with Leeds city stakeholders
Congratulations to Karen Tatham, Gemma Carr and Eleanor Craig for their articles just published in Hillary Place Papers
The Methods Matter Podcast – from Dementia Researcher & the National Centre for Research Methods. A podcast for people who don’t know much about methods…those who do, and those who just want to find news and clever ways to use them in their research. These podcasts bring together leading experts in research methodology, and dementia…
We are excited to announce the launch of a new Timescapes Archive Blog series. The blog is open for contributions from all researchers working with qualitative data and with archives.
We will be starting up our ‘work in progress’ Friday meet-ups shortly. We are also planning some ‘research into policy’ themed workshops with guest speakers. More details soon.
A summary of findings from our survey is now available on the project page. We ask:
How do people think about climate change and see it as linking, or not, to their day to day practices?
How do they think about context, constraint and complexity? Who do people think should act, and in what ways?
We are exploring these questions through survey and qualitative research with people across Leeds.