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Using Creative Research Methods
|NCRM, University of Southampton|
Dr Helen Kara
0.85, Glamorgan Building, King Edward VII Avenue, University of Cardiff, Cardiff
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This course will outline creative research methods and show you how to use them appropriately at every stage of the research process. The course assumes that you have a good working knowledge of conventional research methods, and builds on that knowledge by introducing arts-based methods, research using technology, mixed methods, and transformative research frameworks such as participatory and activist research. Any or all of these techniques can be used alongside more conventional research methods and are often particularly useful when addressing more complex research questions. In the afternoon you will have the opportunity to try applying these methods in practice. Attention will be paid to ethical issues throughout. The day will include plenty of practical advice and tips on using creative methods in research.
The course covers:
By the end of the course participants will:
This course will be relevant for researchers from the third sector, public services (e.g. health, criminal justice, social care, education, local or national government), and those who work in independent research organisations or academia. It is an intermediate level course and attendees will need a good working knowledge of traditional research methods.
Although not required, participants may wish to purchase the book on which the course is based: Creative Research Methods in the Social Sciences: A Practical Guide, by the trainer, published by Policy Press. NB: if participants sign up for the monthly e-newsletter produced by Policy Press, they will receive a substantial discount on the book.
Intermediate (some prior knowledge)
The fee per teaching day is:
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Mixed Methods Approaches (other), Creative Research Methods , Arts-based Methods , Research using Technology , Transformative research frameworks
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