Posts Tagged: “narrative research”

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Humanising Caring, Health and Wellbeing Conference 2017

You are welcome to join us at our Humanising Caring, Health & Wellbeing Conference, 29 – 30 June 2017. In the Centre for Qualitative Research, we have developed a philosophically driven approach… »

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Centre for Qualitative Research Approved and Moves Forward

The Centre for Qualitative has received approval to continue as a Research Centre within Bournemouth University.  Kip Jones will act as Centre Director, with Caroline Ellis-Hill acting as Deputy Director…. »

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HeART of Stroke study

The HeART of Stroke  is a feasibility study of a randomised controlled trial of an Arts for Health group intervention to support self-confidence and psychological wellbeing following a stroke Stroke, which is… »

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Sebastien Doubinsky Narrative Research Group Talk

On Wednesday 4 December 2013 at 3pm in TAG01, Sebastien Doubinsky from the University of Aarhus in Denmark will present a paper on the fiction of Michael Moorcock and William… »

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NRG workshop on Future Foresight with Dr Sue Thomas

Dr Sue Thomas was recently appointed as a Visiting Fellow in The Media School. She was formerly Professor of New Media at De Montfort University, where she established a Transdisciplinary… »

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Centre for Qualitative Research

CQR Welcome: The Centre for Qualitative Research (CQR) is based at Bournemouth University. This Research Centre is part of The Faculty of Health & Social Sciences. CQR has remained an internationally… »

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Narrative Research Group Seminars Get Underway

The first of  the Narrative Research Group’s talks this term will take place on Wednesday 30 October 2013 at 2p.m in TAG01. All welcome. Our speaker is Dr Hywel Dix,… »

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Turning Research Into Film

Congratulations to Dr Kip Jones and Trevor Hearing whose chapter ‘Turning Research into Film’ has just been published in Marilyn Lichtman’s new book on Qualitative Research for the Social Sciences…. »

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Autumn 2013 – Narrative Research Group (NRG) News

Here are some of the events and activities NRG academics have been involved in over this past semester: Welcoming New Staff The Narrative Research Group is pleased to welcome Dr… »

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The Digital Reading Network

Following on from their previous AHRC research development award, Drs Bronwen Thomas and Julia Round have been successful in gaining further funding, this time to set up an international research… »

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The Literature of an Independent England

What are the implications of the increasing push for separate nationhood in Scotland and Wales for how we define cultural and political nationalism in England? What kind of effect might… »

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Reality Television Conference – 5th-6th July 2013

Bournemouth University’s Narrative Research Group are delighted to be supporting the following event: The Reality Television Conference – July 2013. Proposals are invited for papers (of 20 minutes length) considering… »

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Biographic Narrative Interpretive Method

Researchers in the Centre for Qualitative Research are pursuing novel and innovative methodologies that draw upon multiple influences and epistemologies from philosophy, the arts and the humanities. One example is the… »

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Novel and Innovative Research Methodologies

Historically, qualitative research proceeded on the basis of a fairly conservative concern to defend its perspectives and practices. In more recent times, qualitative researchers have begun to throw the net… »

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