Applications are now open for the 2023 Summer Institute in Computational Social Science at the University of Edinburgh.
Read the first post in the 'Untangling Methods Controversies' blog series.
Research led by Dr Claire Houghton of the Research Training Centre suggests that victims and witnesses of domestic abuse are still experiencing trauma within the justice system despite major legal reforms introduced in 2019.
The next issue of our newsletter is out now. This issue contains our latest blog posts, workshops and seminars. It also includes a new feature - ‘meet the team’ - where we introduce the people behind the RTC.
Sophie Birtwistle, a 4th year Q-Step student explains how skills learned on her degree transfer to a workplace internship with ScotCen.
New online resource from Dr Roxanne Connelly on working with existing data covers data detective work, data enabling, and research transparency.
New NCRM resource from Dr Roxanne Connelly provides examples of how to automate the production of statistical outputs using Stata.
New research article from Dr Roxanne Connelly highlights the inequalities between disabled and non-disabled young people’s activity status and social mobility in early adulthood.
New papers from the Research Training Centre team promote transparency in quantitative social science research.
Dr Roxanne Connelly outlines how to anonymously share your code with your dissertation.
Dr Hayley Bennett and Dr Richard Brunner summarise their recent methodological publications exploring the practices, ethics and realities of participatory and collaborative research.