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A brand-new lunch time seminar series, aimed at exploring the expanding world of deliberative research, will feature guest speakers to provide unique insights into the understanding of deliberation.
The inclusion of respondent perspectives in the survey development process through pretesting (e.g., testing the quality of questions in a survey before data collection) is a topic that has received a great deal of attention over the years.
Growing Up in Scotland (GUS) is a longitudinal study entering its 17th year. Commissioned by the Scottish Government, the Scottish Centre for Social Research (ScotCen) conduct this study, tracking the lives of thousands of children in Scotland, from early years through to young adulthood.
Our Centre for Children and Families are organising this conference to bring together research and researchers working on inequality and education from the early years all the way to young adults.
We are pleased to be co-sponsoring this event hosted by The Social Researchers of Colour network (SROC).
Join us for the launch of our third annual Society Watch report, which focuses on the social legacies of the COVID-19 pandemic.
We offer a wide range of events throughout the year, providing insight into our research and methodology.
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