Search Results for Category: Research

The #tenyearchallenge and Public Awareness of Data and Algorithms

Facebook, Instagram and other platforms recently set their users a 10 year challenge: post your first ever Facebook photo and another one of you today. Whilst some users were quick to comply, others responded in unexpected ways. Some reactions were funny: Jennifer Aniston in 2009 is Iggy Pop in 2019. Some had a political message: an […]

Categories: Big Data, Data Collection, Research

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Learn from Research Cases: Ethics & Research Collaborations

Five SAGE Research Cases were featured in a series of posts on the topic of collaboration. In this series of posts we will revisit these cases and explore the research designs and approaches used to conduct each respective study.  The cases are open access until the end of February, 2019.  If the links have expired you can access […]

Categories: Data Collection, Ethics, Focus Series, Qualitative, Students, Teaching, Tools and Resources, Uncategorised, Visual Maps

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Learn from Research Cases: Youth Participation

Studying Youth, With Youth Let’s face facts: if you are old enough to conduct research, you are a geezer from the perspective of a 14-year old! Why would they reveal insights into their personal lives, especially on sensitive matters they’d rather not discuss? This is a dilemma researchers face when studying adolescents or young adults– […]

Categories: Focus Series, Participatory Methods, Photovoice, Qualitative, Quantitative, Research, Research Cases, Social Issues, Teaching, Uncategorised

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Learn from Research Cases: Coordinating a Mixed Methods Study

Five SAGE Research Cases were featured in a series of posts on the topic of collaboration. We used the selected cases to explore various ways researchers and academic writers work together. In a new series of posts we will go back to these cases and look at the research designs and approaches used to conduct each respective […]

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Learn from Research Cases

Five SAGE Research Cases were featured in a series of posts on the topic of collaboration. We used the selected cases to explore various ways researchers and academic writers work together. In a new series of posts we will go back to these cases and look at the research designs and approaches used to conduct each […]

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Study Dr. Martin Luther King

Today people in the United States honor the memory and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King. We will see many tributes that quote the famous speech delivered at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in 1963: I Have a Dream. As researchers, we try to develop a deeper understanding than can be […]

Categories: Archival, Diary, Research, Social Issues, Students, Teaching, Uncategorised

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The Equivalence Test Tackles So-called Negative Results

A paleontologist returns to her lab from a summer dig and sets up a study comparing tooth length in two dinosaur species. She and her team work meticulously to avoid biasing their results. They remain blind to the species while measuring, the sample sizes are large, and the data collection and the analysis are rigorous. […]

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Virtual Reality: The Future of Experimental Social Research?

This post originally appeared on the SAGE Ocean blog. Experimental psychology, props and actors In the second half of the 19th century, Wilhelm Wundt established the first ever experimental psychology lab. This marked a turning point in the subfields of social science related to human behavior, perception, memory, cognition, and learning. Many followed Wundt’s lead, […]

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Teaching Research Methods using Collaborative Learning

Collaboration is a MethodSpace focus for December, with posts about various types of collaboration that engage researchers and academic writers. The wide-ranging examples included in articles and cases demonstrate the need for specific skillsets in order to  to collaborate in ways that are productive and satisfying. How do future researchers learn the skills they will need to succeed […]

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Collaborative Research: Enterprising Science Project

Collaboration is a MethodSpace focus for December. We will look at the various types of collaboration that engage researchers and academic writers.  In this SAGE video, researchers and participants in the Enterprising Science Project discuss how the project has examined science education and engagement. The project is a collaboration between King’s College and the Science […]

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