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Researching the Third Sector through Time:
Methods, Ethics and Insights
A one day seminar, hosted by the Timescapes Initiative
Students' Union, Conference Hall, University of Leeds
Wednesday 9th March 10.00am-5.00pm
There is a growing interest in the use of qualitative longitudinal and life history methods in third sector research. The aim of the event is to enable a detailed sharing of methodological and ethical issues arising from a qualitative engagement with time in third sector research. Delegates will be able to reflect and share insights that are emerging from these varied studies and to consider the possibilities for data sharing and comparative analysis across these and similar projects.
Speakers include Victoria Bell (Teeside), Fred Robinson (Durham), Sue Bond (Edinburgh Napier), Irene Hardill (Northumberland), David Lewis (LSE), Rob Macmillan (Birmingham), Rebecca Taylor (Birmingham) and Zoe Munby & Elizabeth Young (Home Start).
The seminar is free to attend, but please contact Sarah Finney if you wish to attend email: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> Tel: 0113 343 8489
Lunch will be provided; if you have any special dietary requirements then contact Sarah Finney
Timescapes Research Communications Officer
School of Sociology and Social Policy
Faculty of Education, Social Sciences and Law
University of Leeds
Tel: 0113 343 8489
Email: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>
Staff Profile: http://www.timescapes.leeds.ac.uk/about/staff/finney.php
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