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CUWB emerging scholar networks workshop

Research translation and communication in qualitative research with children

May 23th

Virtual pre-conference to the ISCI conference 2022

download the full program

This workshop day is aimed at emerging scholars who feel affiliated to the international study “Children’s Understandings of Well-being - Global and Local Contexts” and its topics.

The aim of the workshop is to explore different conditions for research translation and communication in empirical qualitative research projects in order to raise questions about political and ethical responsibilities, representation and participation of children in different phases of research (conceptualizing research, data collection, methodological considerations, analysis, academic writing), and to critically reflect on qualitative research with children and childhood-related topics in science. 

  • With contributions from: Carina Pohl, Stella März, Lisa Fischer, Yasmina Gandouz-Touati, Tatjana Dietz,  Johanna Wilmes, Damián Molgaray, Vivienne Ng Siang Kiat, Ekaterina Chicherina, Gözde Durmuş
  • Welcome remarks by Prof. Dr. Sabine Andresen (ISCI), Prof. Dr. Lívia Bedin (Chair of ISCI 2022 Conference), Prof. Dr. Susann Fegter and Dr. Tobia Fattore (CUWB), Dr. Emma Cook (CUWB emerging scholar network)

For details on the schedule and access to the zoom space, see the program download above. The event is open to the public.

The main part of the workshop will involve presentations on research translation and communication. In the end, a brief internal meeting will take place to welcome new members, to start discuss on the goals of the network and organize the administration.

We also kindly invite emerging scholars, who are undertaking research on childhood-specific subjects as well as those using qualitative research methods or exploring the concept of well-being to join the network and the workshop day.