links@keele offers a range of workshops, training and opportunities, at Keele and across the Northwest.
The presenters have been participating in research to determine, and critically consider, the work being done in the place now called Canada, to make space for Indigenous Peoples and their ways of being, knowing, doing and relating in the curriculum, motivated by the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action (2015).Read article
With the increasing calls for large multi- and interdisciplinary research teams in health research, team ethnography features more and more as a methodological approach.Read article
This session will briefly introduce you to some of the conceptual ideas around the application of Multi-level Modelling (MLM) and Structural Equation Modelling.Read article
What we study often requires to define an abstract theoretical construct (e.g. intelligence or social identification).Read article
In this session we will explore ethnography and its challenges.Read article