Researching Families and Relationships: innovations in methods, theory and policy relevance 10th – 12th June 2013

We are delighted to announce the Centre for Research on Families and
Relationships 4th International Conference will take place in Edinburgh from
Monday 10th – Wednesday 12th June 2013

http://www.crfr.ac.uk/events/crfrinternational/index.html

Researching Families and Relationships: innovations in methods, theory and
policy relevance 10th – 12th June 2013 John McIntyre Conference Centre,
University of Edinburgh Full Registration Fee @ £325.00

The 4th international conference, hosted by CRFR, will explore ways in which
research on and with children, families and relationships have been
developed in new and innovate ways in recent years.

The call for abstracts is now open and has been extended until FRIDAY 16TH
NOVEMBER 2012.
Abstracts are invited which address the conference themes.  Abstracts will
be considered for either an oral or poster presentation

• Theoretical, substantive and ethical challenges in children, families and
relationships research
• The impact of the digital age and access to resources across the world
• The development of participatory, sensory and visual methods
• Learning from the challenges of time and the life course
• Innovations in understanding transnational families and relationships and
addressing minority/majority worlds
• Addressing issues of inequality
• The role of families and relationships in big ‘global’ issues

http://www.crfr.ac.uk/events/crfrinternational/abstracts.html

The venue will be John McIntyre Conference Centre, which is an ideal
conference venue, set in the heart of the beautiful city of Edinburgh, with
accommodation on-site or within walking distance.

MORE INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION:
http://www.crfr.ac.uk/events/crfrinternational/index.html

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