Blog Topics, Qualitative methods, Research Skills

Dr. Kate Sang: Tears on my podium: researching close to home

Kate Sang is an Associate Professor of Management at Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh. Her research focuses around equality and diversity in the workplace. You can follow her on twitter on @katesang. In many disciplines, scholars are still encouraged to pursue objective research and to distance themselves from their chosen topic. To many feminists the idea… Continue reading Dr. Kate Sang: Tears on my podium: researching close to home

Blog Topics, Postgraduate, Research Skills

Dan Silver, Taking Research Beyond the University

Dan Silver is a PhD candidate at the University of Manchester. He spoke at our 2016 Autumn event #Visual16 about communicating academic research in new and innovative ways. In this blog post, he explores ways in which researchers can make sociology more public. Research that it produced through the university but which remains closed within… Continue reading Dan Silver, Taking Research Beyond the University

Blog Topics, Doing, Guest Blog, Reflections on..., Research Skills

Visual Innovation: A Methods Workshop #Visual16

  On 22nd November 2016, the BSA Postgraduate Forum and the BSA Visual Methods Study Group hosted a joint event at Staffordshire University: Visual Methods & Innovation. In this guest blog post, delegate Bally Kaur outlines the highlights of the day. For more highlights, see the Twitter hashtag #VISUAL16   If like me, you are… Continue reading Visual Innovation: A Methods Workshop #Visual16