The UK Methods Symposium is taking place this November.
The series of one-hour seminars on November 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th are aimed at researchers interested to study social relationships and are organised as part of the ESRC-funded UK-Japan Social Wellbeing Across Nations (SWAN) project.
You can sign up for as many of the seminars as you like on Eventbrite. All the seminars are free of charge.
Talks of around 40 minutes are followed by a question and answer session with each of the presenters.
We will also post the talks here once they have been given so that if you are unable to attend in person, you can catch up!
UK Methods Symposium seminars
Access recordings of the seminars and presenters’ slides below:
What is UK-Japan SWAN? How will it help your research in social relationships and health?
Download Dr Noriko Cable’s slides.
Measurement in cross-national comparative research
Download Professor Chandola’s slides
Pitfalls of psychometric construct discussion in a cross-national comparative study
Download Professor Hashimoto’s slides
A critique of social and cultural engagement measures included in the UK cohort studies