MANAGING YOUR RESEARCH
We are curating links and resources about researching during troubled and troubling times. Please send us additional links via Twitter @anujacabraal and @ThomsonPat
Deborah Lupton’s Google doc on doing fieldwork during a pandemic
Covid creatives digital resources (googledoc)
Helen Kara's creative research methods on you tube
Patter's risk management planning post
Patricia Leavy on arts based methods on youtube
Kip Jones blog on performative social science
Dr Raul Pacheco-Vega’s @raulpacheco post about doing fieldwork during a pandemic
Five human centred design methods online. Martin Tomisch
Doing arts research in a pandemic - a compendium of resources from The culture capital exchange - pdf.
Deborah Lupton's youtube channel on innovative methods - this on mapmaking
Helen Kara's top three pandemic methods
Goldsmiths sociology Methods lab - paywalled readings, open video links and crowdsourced resources.
Digital qualitative research from Innsbruck
Series of posts on online methods, start with online focus groups.
Online research methods encyclopaedia chapter by Lynn Webb on research gate
Chloe Sharp's 7 top tools for online qualitative research
Interviews by email Sociological Research online
Online interviews by Skype Sociological Research online, The perils and pitfalls of using Skype for interviews ( NCRM)
and (paywalled) Deakin, H., & Wakefield, K. (2013). Skype interviewing: reflections of two PhD researchers. Qualitative Research, 14(5), doi:10.1177/1468794113488126
Desktop sharing and online interviewing from Dr Elizabeth Hidson
Digital ethnography with Sarah Pink video on youtube
NCRM online resources about research methods including online
Arch52 online interviewing issues
We understand that most university ethics committees are now banning face to face data work: this is vital for reducing potential harm. Because of this there may be a need to re apply for ethical approval for a modified research process.
This is the excellent tweet thread by Adam Jowett (@DrAdamJowett) on ethics
Slideshow on digital research ethics from Natasha Whiteman
Guidelines and issues from the Association of Internet Researchers