Research Methods on Gender and Management Seminars: Topic Modelling
Wednesday 15 March 2023, 2:00pm to 3:30pm
Open toPostgraduates, Staff
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Research Methods Focus – Topic Modelling. Part of an online series hosted by Lancaster University Management School
Speakers: Professor Ruth Sealy and Aaron Page
The Academy for Gender, Work and Leadership, supported by the Northern Advanced Research Training Initiative (NARTI), is excited to host a series of six online seminars. Convened by Prof Valerie Stead and Dr Sophie Alkhaled, each seminar will introduce a particular method and feature specialist guest speakers on gender and management. The series will draw on the recently published Handbook of Research Methods on Gender and Management (Stead, Elliott & Mavin, 2021) and will include guest hosts Professors Sharon Mavin and Carole Elliott. All speakers are contributors to the handbook and will present a method, with an illustration of it in use, provide key guidelines for use and ethical considerations. After the presentations there will be an opportunity for participants to provide feedback on the session, share their own research experiences and meet others with similar interests.
Who should attend?
All researchers interested in learning about research methods, including early career researchers and doctoral students.
Benefits of Attending
Learn about research methods on gender management in theory and practice.
Have an opportunity to participate in a discussion with a community interested in advancing knowledge on research methodology through a gendered perspective.
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