This annual UEA Qualitative Research Symposium provides a unique space to bring together researchers from within and across the various social sciences to discuss theoretical and practical issues involved in qualitative research.
The theme this year is enriching qualitative approaches to help understand 'families’ and 'households' within the context of increasingly technologised, mobile and diverse societies. The symposium will offer the opportunity to critically consider both the complexities and challenges that confront researchers and their stimulation of methodological diversity and innovation. Speakers will engage with the audience to explore:
- How can qualitative methods help us understand the social practices of families and households and what can we learn about the multiplicity of methods available by sharing ideas with researchers beyond our own disciplines?
- What are the ethical and governance challenges of undertaking work across diverse groups of young people and families?
- How can qualitative researchers creatively respond to these new conceptual, theoretical and ethical challenges in the design of research for understanding families and households?
The symposium will showcase and examine examples of qualitative research projects in this area undertaken at UEA and by other qualitative research groups in the UK.
The programme will include both interactive presentations and workshops, allowing time for networking and sharing of ideas.
The event is open to postgraduate students, researchers and academics interested in qualitative research.
27 March 10am - 4pm
Fee: Free to UEA attendees/ £30 to non-UEA attendees.
Venue: Julian Study Centre, UEA.
To register your place contact Suzanna Dell