Qualitative Research in an Age of Austerity

One-day Seminar

Qualitative Research in an Age of Austerity

Exploring the Pitfalls and Possibilities of ‘Resource-lite’ Methods

Exhibition and Conference Centre, UWE, Frenchay Campus

11am-5pm, Thursday 25 October 2012


“Brian rubs his nipple and then David Beckham appears in the smoke”: The joys and challenges of the story completion method

Victoria Clarke and Naomi Moller, Department of Psychology, UWE

Sex(y) bodies surveyed: Using qualitative surveys to research sensitive topics

Virginia Braun, Department of Psychology, The University of Auckland

Keeping up with the kids: A survival guide for online focus groups with young people

Fiona Fox, Qualitative Research Consultant, Research Design Service, University of Bath

Public places, private spaces: Using Skype as a research medium

Paul Hanna, School of Applied Social Sciences, University of Brighton

Pearls and perils: Using the diary as a research tool

Penny Furness, Faculty of Development and Society, Sheffield Hallam University

Early bird registration fees (including refreshments and lunch): QMiP members £25; BPS members (non-QMIP members) £30; non-BPS members £40; Concessions £17.50 (early bird fees expire on 10 Aug)

Places are limited, please book early to avoid disappointment: www.kc-jones.co.uk/austerity

For details of how to get to the Exhibition and Conference Centre on the Frenchay Campus, see: http://www1.uwe.ac.uk/comingtouwe/campusesmapsandtravel/frenchaycampus/howtogettofrenchaycampus.aspx

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