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23rd and 24th June Professor Bren Neale This course is for post-doctoral or established researchers who have qualitative research skills and experience but are new to QL enquiry or wish to refine their skills in policy-related QL research. This two day ‘live’ interactive workshop will provide an introduction to qualitative longitudinal enquiry. Three aspects of…
13th, 18th, and 20th May 2021 Professor Jon Lawrence and Dr Dawn Lyon Description This multi-part workshop across three mornings is concerned with time, intersubjectivity, and the vernacular imaginary. It is led by a historian – Jon Lawrence – and a sociologist – Dawn Lyon – and starts with an interdisciplinary dialogue on ways of…
10th, 11th and 12th May:  A Three-Day Workshop using the Timescapes Archive (rescheduled following the postponement of our Jan 2021 course) Dr Anna Tarrant and Dr Kahryn Hughes This exciting and immersive three-day workshop will develop your knowledge and skills in reusing and analysing archived qualitative data. Using a combination of synchronous and asynchronous presentations,…
Dr. Emma Davidson, University of Edinburgh Dr. Susie Weller, University of Southampton Professor Lynn Jamieson, University of Edinburgh Professor Rosalind Edwards, University of Southampton Join us for an exciting and flexible online course that will develop your knowledge and skills for working with qualitative data at scale: ‘big qual’. Discover cutting-edge analytic methods with applications…
Free to attend. Lunch and refreshments are included. Contact: Dr Sarah Lewthwaite s.e.lewthwaite@soton.ac.uk Join us for an exciting workshop that will develop your research methods teaching knowledge and skills, and explore the teaching and learning challenges that are specific to working with qualitative data at scale. Working with qualitative secondary data is a growing research…
A National Networking and Agenda Setting Event A national networking and agenda setting event that brought together professionals from public and third sector services with an interest in grandparents who have residential care, whether formal or informal, of their grandchildren. There were three main aims for the Event. The first was to share our research…
This event was held on the 29 October 2011 in Leeds City Art Gallery, and was a free day long exhibition with a family history workshop component (also free, one hour in duration). Aim of event The event aimed to showcase the five years of research that has been undertaken by the Timescapes Initiative about…
Qualitative Longitudinal methods are used to reveal how change is created, lived and experienced, particularly in policy and organisational contexts where individuals are required to change their behaviour, or where change processes in policy or practice environments need to be evaluated and better understood. This methods training day in Qualitative Longitudinal (QL) Methods on 17…
Timescapes Policy Conference This two day conference brought together academics, policy makers and practitioners in the UK to explore how we might better understand and support families over time. A collaboration between ESRC Timescapes, The Social Policy Association and the Family and Parenting Institute, it drew upon a growing body of evidence on the shaping…
Timescapes Secondary Analysis Workshop: Doing secondary analysis of qualitative data Timescapes ran three secondary analysis workshops between March and April 2011. The workshops were run in Edinburgh, Leeds and London, and were designed to offer training in the method and practice of secondary analysis of qualitative data. The new ESRC Timescapes Data Archive was used…