FLaG (the Centre for Families, Life Course and Generations) is now advertising a two day event all about researching relationships across generations and over time. An advanced workshop in Qualitative Longitudinal Methods is taking place on the 8th June 2015, followed by a one day conference, which is a tribute to Prof. Bren Neale (the Director of Timescapes) who is retiring (find out more here).
I will be presenting at the advanced training workshop on the first day about the methodological strategy I have been working on in the last few months, to conduct secondary analysis that explores the themes of men and care across two of the Timescapes datasets; Intergenerational Exchange and Following Young Fathers. I am really honoured to be presenting alongside some fantastic and inspirational sociologists including Prof Bren Neale, Nick Emmel, Ruth Patrick, Susie Weller, Sarah Irwin and Joanna Bornat.
The abstracts for each of the talks at…
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