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Maximising Impact through Research Methods: a View from Early British Sociology

Annual Methods Lab Lecture
Prof. John Scott (University of Plymouth) Maximising Impact through
Research Methods: a View from Early British Sociology
Discussant: Prof. Les Back (Goldsmiths)


The Methods Lab is calling on our inter-disciplinary resources and traditions to critically inhabit the space of social intervention and social impact.

In the context of the current growth in visual methods, John Scott will deliver a lecture on how early British sociologists used dramatisation & film documentary alongside mass observations surveys to offer resourceful methodologies, as well as ways of speaking to publics beyond the academy.


Speaker(s):

Professor John Scott | talks | www
Professor Les Back | talks | www

 

Date and Time:

19 February 2010 at 9:00 am

Duration:

2 hours

 

Venue:

Sociology at Goldsmiths' Colllege
Goldsmiths' College University of London
Lewishawm Way, new Cross
LONDON
SE14 6NW
+44 20 79 19 79 70
http://www.goldsmiths.ac.uk

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Tickets:

Free

Available from:

Email N.Puwar@gold.ac.uk

Additional Information:

John Scott's new book is Social Theory: Central Issues in Sociology, an overview of historical and contemporary debates. His previous books include, A Matter of Record: Documentary Sources in Social Research (1990), Who Rules Britain? (1991), Social Network Analysis (Second Edition, 2000),Poverty and Wealth (1994), www.gold.ac.uk/methods-lab/
Sociological Theory (1995), Stratification and Power (1996), Corporations, Classes and Capitalism (1985), Corporate Business and Capitalist Classes (1997), and Power(2001).

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