This work stream involves a rapid evidence review and a review of grey literature, conducted in tandem and in interaction with the community engagement workshops. The reviews address the research question: How have social research methods been successfully employed or adapted for, or utilised within, pandemic conditions?
You can find references and links to important literature as well as useful blogs and events on this page. As the project develops these will be increasingly narrated and synthesised to share key messages. It might be worth bookmarking and regularly returning to this page.
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- Lobe, B., Morgan, D & Hoffman, K.A. 2020. Qualitative Data Collection in an Era of Social Distancing, International Journal of Qualitative Methods https://doi.org/10.1177/1609406920937875
- Dodds, S. & Hess, A.C. 2020 Adapting research methodology during COVID-19: lessons for transformative service research, Journal of Service Management Ahead-of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/JOSM-05-2020-0153.
- Teti, M., Schatz, E. & Liebenberg, L. 2020. Methods in the Time of COVID-19: The Vital Role of Qualitative Inquiries, International Journal of Qualitative Methods https://doi.org/10.1177/1609406920920962
- Burton, J., Lynn, P. & Benzeval, M. 2020. How Understanding Society: The UK Household Longitudinal Study adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic, Survey Research Methods 14(2), 235-239. doi:10.18148/srm/2020.v14i2.7746
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