Are you interested in blogging about social science methodology?

The International Journal of Social Research Methodology has a new blog and we’re seeking contributions. We’re hoping it can be a vibrant space in which emerging methodological debates can unfold, tentative ideas voiced for the first time and professional discussions held in a public forum. This recent post on complexity and health inequalities gives a sense of what we’re interested in, though we’re open to any suggestions you may have. Please get in touch via the contact form if you would like to discuss. Myself (social media editor) and Brian Castellani (co-editore) will work with you to develop the post.

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  1. Hello Mark, articles under virtual issues eg Diaz De Rada’s article on survey non response is not accessible – there is a note saying only available until Nov 2016 Di Di Turgoose SFHEA Hawthorn Building Room 00.02 Tel: 0116 257 7281 [direct dial] Email: di.turgoose@dmu.ac.uk Co-Convenor Sexual Violence & Domestic Violence Network Visit our website at: http://www.svdv.org.uk DMU Institute for Research on Criminal, Community & Social Justice ________________________________________

  2. Hi Mark, please ignore last email – I have now re read your post and can see you were only referring to your new blog on the website Di

    Di Turgoose SFHEA Hawthorn Building Room 00.02 Tel: 0116 257 7281 [direct dial] Email: di.turgoose@dmu.ac.uk Co-Convenor Sexual Violence & Domestic Violence Network Visit our website at: http://www.svdv.org.uk DMU Institute for Research on Criminal, Community & Social Justice ________________________________________ From: Di Turgoose Sent: 20 January 2019 16:49 To: Mark Carrigan Subject: RE: [New post] Are you interested in blogging about social science methodology?

    Hello Mark, articles under virtual issues eg Diaz De Rada’s article on survey non response is not accessible – there is a note saying only available until Nov 2016 Di Di Turgoose SFHEA Hawthorn Building Room 00.02 Tel: 0116 257 7281 [direct dial] Email: di.turgoose@dmu.ac.uk Co-Convenor Sexual Violence & Domestic Violence Network Visit our website at: http://www.svdv.org.uk DMU Institute for Research on Criminal, Community & Social Justice ________________________________________

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