'Identities: Theoretical and Methodological Journeys' featuring Professor Valerie Walkerdine
Starts: 10 April 2008
A one day conference for all social science researchers investigating identities (featuring Professor Valerie Walkerdine, SOCSI)
11.00 – 5.00, Thursday April 10, 2008
Loughborough University - The Stewart Mason Building
You are invited to attend a one day conference on theoretical and methodological innovations in identities research organised by the ESRC Identities and Social Action Programme, Social Sciences at Loughborough University and the National Centre for Research Methods.
- How can the territory between the psychological and the social be investigated and what does new thinking about relational subjectivity offer?
- What methodological strategies are available for investigating identity performances in naturally occurring everyday contexts?
- How can research reach generalisable conclusions and capture the richness of individual stories?
Leading researchers will be presenting papers and discussing in lively interactive sessions how they conceptualise, investigate and analyse identities and social action, describing and evaluating the latest theoretical and methodological perspectives.
Post: Kerry Carter, ESRC Identities Programme,
Social Sciences, Open University, Walton Hall,
Milton Keynes, MK7 6AA, UK
Telephone: 01908 659667
Fax: 01908 654488
Open To: Public