National Centre for Research Methods
Rosalind Edwards is Professor of Sociology and a co-director of the ESRC National Centre for Research Methods at the University of Southampton. She is a fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, and a co-editor of the International Journal of Social Research Methodology. Rosalind publications on research methods include co-editing a Qualitative Research journal special issue on approaches to ‘democratising’ research (2017), and a book on Working with Paradata, Marginalia and Fieldnotes: The Centrality of By-Products of Social Research (2016). Currently she is conducting the Indigenous / non-Indigenous Research Partnership project with colleagues from New Zealand and Canada.
National Centre for Research Methods panel on ‘Methodological Innovations and Resources: Forms of Data, Partnership and Pedagogy’
This session draws on research and resources developed in the context of NCRM with presentations by three of its co-directors. The presentations will range across innovations and resources relating to the considerations around participatory research through focus groups, research involving partnerships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous researchers, and research-generated resources to build capacity in dealing with large amounts of qualitative data. Read more >>