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Recordings | Research Training Centre | Social Science | Edinburgh

Recordings

Recordings of previous seminars and presentation slides (where available)

Linking Survey and Social Media Data: Experiences and Evidence

Tuesday 17 May 2022
Professor Tarek Al Baghal

In this seminar, Professor Tarek Al Baghal discusses linking survey and social media data.

Researching Low-Income Fatherhoods Over Time

Tuesday 26 April 2022
Dr Anna Tarrant

In this seminar, Dr Anna Tarrant discusses her evolving methodological research on low-income fatherhoods.

Digital Research in Hybrid, Fractured and Hidden Worlds

Thursday 24 February 2022
Dr Angus Bancroft

In this seminar, Dr Angus Bancroft discusses social research in hybrid, fractured and hidden digital spaces.

Data as Atrocity Stories or Data as Fiction?

Tuesday 9 November 2021
Professor Mhairi Mackenzie

In this seminar, Professor Mhairi Mackenzie uses data from two projects to illustrate and explore the analytical challenges of doing justice to research data.

The Place of Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences

Tuesday 12 October 2021
Dr Charlotte Brookfield

In this seminar, Dr Charlotte Brookfield discusses the identity and learning journey of quantitative social scientists in the UK.

The Time of Our Lives: Time Use Diary Methods for the Study of Couple Time

Tuesday 15 June 2021
Dr Stella Chatzitheochari 

In this seminar, Dr Stella Chatzitheochari discusses the value of time use diary methods for social science research.

Comparability of Formative Measures in Cross-National Surveys

Tuesday 25 May 2021
Dr Boris Sokolov

In this seminar, Dr Boris Sokolov discusses the advantages and disadvantages of formative measures in cross-national surveys.

Oral Histories and Futures: Methodological Innovations in Times of Crisis

Tuesday 27 April 2021
Dr Sarah Marie Hall  

In this seminar, Dr Sarah Marie Hall showcases Oral Histories and Futures as a transformative interviewing method.

Diffusion and Distortion of Evidence in Science

Tuesday 23 March 2021
Dr Rhodri Leng   

In this seminar, Dr Rhodri Leng outlines some of the biases that shape how published evidence spreads through scientific literature and how this influences scientific understanding. 

Neuropolitics, Identity and Behaviour

Tuesday 23 February 2021
Professor Laura Cram

In this seminar, Professor Laura Cram introduces the neuropolitical approach and provides some examples of its emerging contribution to the study of political identities and behaviour. 

 

How many research methods are enough?

Tuesday 26 January 2021
Professor Graham Crow   

In this seminar, Professor Graham Crow discusses mixed methods research using a study conducted by Ray Pahl employing nine different methods.