NCRM Podcasts

NCRM podcasts

This page lists the NCRM audio podcasts. In interviews of around 10-15 minutes we share the latest methodological developments, research findings and ideas and discuss their potential and actual impact. You can listen to individual episodes here, or subscribe using the RSS Feed or via iTunes. You can refine your search by a topic or an author or play any item directly by clicking on the play symbol or title of each result.

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Using Skype in qualitative interviews with young people

Susie Weller (28-04-15)

The way we communicate in our professional and personal lives has changed dramatically in recent years. We can now Skype our banks, receive texts from our doctor, and our politicians use Twitter to try to win over voters. For social researchers such digital communication technologies present many new and exciting opportunities for recruiting participants, carrying out fieldwork and publicising research findings. In this podcast Dr Susie Weller from the University of Southampton discusses her NCRM funded Methodological Innovation Project The potential of video telephony in qualitative longitudinal research: A participatory and interactionist approach to assessing remoteness and rapport