Face to Face Interviewing in South Asia (Pakistan) – A Modern Look – by Mohsin Muslim

Face to face research in South Asia particularly in Pakistan is still considered the most reasonable option for researchers. This is because of population diversity, spread, low literacy rate, and availability of low priced local field work resources. For every fieldwork, the researcher has to assure three vital steps to select a representative sample including […]

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SRMO Editorial Board Announced

I’m very excited to announce our SRMO Editorial Board – we are supported in this development by a very distinguished number of scholars and I would like to thank them again for their participationg. The members of our Editorial Board are: Alan Bryman, University of Leicester, Arlene Fink, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Graham […]

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New audio: Carol Smart on the impact of qualitative research outside academia

This is an extract from a talk by Carol Smart to a gathering of academics and socio-legal researchers. The talk reflects on the impact of research – particularly qualitative research – beyond academia. Leaving aside the political connotations that the word “Impact” now has for academics working in British universities, Carol discusses the contribution that […]

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New SRMO Designs In

We’ve had some updated designs in from iFactory this week. I’m really happy with how these are looking! The challenge has been to include all the functionality that we heard would be valuable when looking for literature on research methods, but at the same time still keeping the pages as clean and intuitive as possible. […]

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