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PhD poster exhibition

Research students attending the Festival were encouraged to exhibit a poster about their research. The posters were expected to convey something about the research student's research topic and the methodology they employ.

The posters were judged by a panel on the following criteria:

1.  Academic quality of content.

2.  Communication of ideas in a simple and accessible manner.

3.  Engaging and thought-provoking presentation.


The winners of the poster exhibition competition at the 6th ESRC Research Methods Festival were:


photo of Ulrike Rauer's poster photo of Joe Winter's poster photo of Laura Gibson's poster
1st prize to Ulrike Rauer, Oxford Internet Institute, for her research poster on 'Internet use and health outcomes: Using secondary data for spatial microsimulation'. 2nd prize to Joe Winter, Institute of Education University of London, for his research poster on 'Constructions of parenting and social support: narratives of parenting identities and practices in online and face-to-face contexts'. 3rd prize to Laura Gibson, University of Sheffield, for her research poster on 'Childhood obesity, an outcome of childhood health and family lifestyle: A dynamic latent factor model'.


Congratulations to the winners, thank you to everyone who contributed a poster to the exhibition and thanks to Sage for donating book vouchers for prizes.