Presenter: Nino Bariola, University of Texas at Austin Abstract: Creative and artistic producers from racialized social groups are often evaluated through differentiated and exclusionary logics and they must deal with critics’ and consumers’ expectations about how they represent a general or specific ethnic category. While some studies have depicted how creative producers conform to authenticity … Continue reading Authenticity, legitimacy, and the radical politics of ceviche
Professor Simon Shibli will be sharing his methodology work on 'Secondary analysis of large-scale national data sets'. This event is part of the Health Research Institute Seminar Series. For more information, a meeting invitation to the seminar, or if you would like to present at the series, please contact email@example.com Synopsis and bio for Simon's … Continue reading Secondary analysis of large-scale national data sets.
Organised by the Ethics of Research with Children and Young People’s research cluster, part of Research Methods@SHU. The cluster is for researchers of all levels, from post-graduate to professor who have an interest in conducting research with children and young people. These seminars are intended to support researchers understand the fundamental principles of conducting research … Continue reading Collaboration or exploitation? An introduction to the ethics.