Monday, November 19th, 2012

New Frontiers – it’s longitudinal research, but not as we know it…

by Jill Kirby

Dr Lucy Robinson picked up some great mentions for the project at the New Frontiers in Qualitative Longitudinal Research event at the University of Southampton last week (look out for ‘teabags’ – all about perforations in time!)

She gave a paper based on the Observing the 1980s material and some of the learning that has come out of the methodological and ethical debates we’ve had during the project and how they have reframed our understanding of the amount of variables in change over time.

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