7th Biennial ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference

Call for papers for the 7th Biennial ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference

The types of submissions considered include:

  1. Presentations where an abstract is reviewed (abstract in the conference proceedings). Plan for a 15 minute presentation
  2. Posters - including a student poster competition (abstract in the conference proceedings).
  3. Panel - 90 minute roundtable / panel discussion
  4. Plenary - 90 minute keynote

The conference is organised around four themes:

  1. Research paradigms and designs;
  2. Research methods and techniques;
  3. Research technology and tools;
  4. Datasets, data collections and data archiving.

Sessions that have already been proposed include:

  • Set theory in social science: data, frameworks, methods and applications
  • Using historical institutionalism as a method for qualitative process mapping in comparative politics
  • Telephone Surveys and Beyond in the Post-Modern Era
  • Open Source Tools for Survey Data Processing and Analysis
  • Arts in health methodologies
  • Knowledge translation – Methodologies and methods for impactful research

Please use these themes and sessions as guides as papers on any aspect of social science methodology will be considered. The conference attracts a wide variety of papers from HDR students to very established researchers. We encourage researchers at all levels to submit abstracts.

COVID-19 note:
We are currently working on the assumption that we will be able to gather in person in December in Sydney. If this isn't possible, we will communicate with all those who have submitted proposals to decide if a postponement or virtual conference would be the best way to proceed.

You can enter submissions until 2020-09-24 23:59 (Australia/Sydney), 3 months, 4 weeks from now.