ESRC Research Methods Festival 2018
The eighth biennial Festival, was held 3-5th July, 2018 at the University of Bath.
The programme included 58 methodological sessions consisting of over 200 individual presentations, activities and lively discussions.
Keynote speakers were: Professor Danny Dorling (Halford Mackinder Professor of Geography at the University of Oxford), Professor Donna Mertens (Professor Emeritus at Gallaudet University, Washington D.C.) and Professor Nancy Cartwright (Professor of Philosophy at the University of Durham and the University of California).
Filmed presentations are available from the NCRM YouTube channel.
- Does accounting for missing data in social surveys make a difference?
- Do participatory visual methods 'give voice'?
- Survey measurement error and how we can estimat it
- What is data quality?
- What is deep learning?
- Smart Cities in the Making: Learning from Milton Keynes
- What are mixed methods?
- The value of safe settings in evidence-based policy making
- Community researcher and community researcher training
- Sensor-generated data: Visualisations and analytic options
- What are social machines?
- National geographical experiments in econimic inequality
- Estimating systematic response errors using the multitrait-multierror model
- Nurse effects in survey biomarkersCollaboration in research: harnessing the creative power of boundaries through community of practice research 'retreats'
- What are Citizens' Juries?
- Mixed methods contribution to social, economic and environmental justice
- Mind the skill gap: creating capacity for data access
- Casual inference: evidencing the single case
- Applying agent-based modelling to evaluation
- Mitigating practical and ethical issues in sensor-based real-world studies
- Compensating for non-response in biosocial research
Photographs from the Festival on FaceBook.