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Know Your Audience: Ethnographic Research

Ethnography is not the name of some obscure album from the 1980s, but it sounds like it. If you have customers that you want to sell to, or communicate with, ethnographic research needs to be one of the first tools that you pull out of your toolbox. 453 more words

Seeing the extraordinary in the ordinary...

As a PhD researcher and member of the CommonHealth team I’ve been working closely with groups of women who have come together, with the support of a social enterprise, to share skills, save and lend together, provide peer support and eventually form small scale businesses. 546 more words

Research Methods

Film 1: Changing roles and relationships in the music industry

This is the first of the three films shot at Convergence 2015, focusing on changing roles and relationships in the music industry. It features interviews with Chris Cooke (journalist), Christopher Haworth (researcher), Eric Karsenty (partnership marketing, EMEA, Sonos), David Stubbs (music journalist and author), Will Gulseven (Cypher PR), Michelle You (cofounder, Songkick), Ben Gomori (DJ and music writer), and Cecilia Stalin (vocalist, composer and educator). 70 more words

Ethnographic Research

Call for papers! Special issue on Signed Language Interpreting and Translation

Translation and Interpreting Studies

Special Issue

Signed Language Interpreting and Translation


Guest Editors

Laurie Swabey, St. Catherine University

Brenda Nicodemus, Gallaudet University… 265 more words


2nd Year General Linguistics Poster Session: Bridging the gap between UG and PG research

by Nicola Bermingham and Sara Brennan

A 2nd Year General Linguistics Poster Session took place on 18th and 19th February in LINCS. This was the first poster session for 2nd year General Linguistics students and the results were impressive, to say the least. 217 more words


Summing it Up: Meta-synthesis of quasi-experimental and qualitative clinical research

When I first started this blog in 2011 (in a different format), I promised exegesis of methodologies as well as critical thinking about topics in epidemiology. 2,345 more words


The Methods are in the Milk

28 January 2015
Work-in-Progress by Ariell Ahearn


In this blog, I advocate for a way of doing research that focuses on the experiential aspect of ‘place’ as event or an interface with temporal and spatial coordinates (rather than ‘boundaries’) as a means to help social scientists move beyond practices that construct “the field” as a natural object of study and analysis. 3,606 more words