7th Biennial ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference

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  • Historical institutionalism
  • Telephone Surveys and Beyond in the Post-Modern Era
  • Open Source Tools for Social Research
  • Knowledge translation – Methodologies and methods for impactful research
  • Short videos
  • Discourse Analysis
  • Special populations
  • Content analysis
  • Mixed methods
  • Network analysis
  • Research methods during a pandemic
  • Longitudinal Research Methods
  • Innovative methods for social research
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Pre Conference Workshops
Pre Conference Workshops
Conference opening and Welcome
Rethinking the justifications for Qualitative Research (Professor David Silverman)
Data visualisation using Stata - beyond the scatter plot and bar graph (David White)
Survey research datasets and R (Danny Smith)
What could possibly go wrong? The dark sides of knowledge translation and how to lighten them (Ann Dadich)
Participatory Visual Methods in Applied Research and Evaluation: Co-creating an Australian network (EJ Milne, Rebecca Duell, Kathryn Seymour)
Zoom Conference Room
Zoom Breakout Room 1
Zoom Breakout Room 2
Zoom Breakout Room 3
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Sessions
Conducting (qualitative) research during a pandemic – learnings from the field (Karen Kellard)
Sessions
Sessions
The state of telephone surveys in 2020 (Benjamin Phillips, Darren Pennay)
Telephone coverage of the Australian population (Benjamin Phillips, Jack Barton, Dina Neiger, Darren Pennay)
Optimal sample designs for sub-national general population telephone surveys (Dina Neiger, Sebastian Misson)
Survey response in RDD-sampling SMS-invitation Web-push study (Sebastian Kocar)
The impact of call cycle and refusal conversion on telephone survey outcomes (Sebastian Misson)
Address-based sampling as an alternative to general population telephone surveys (Anna Lethborg)
Thinking like a programmer: open approaches to quantitative research (Danny Smith)
Deep learning using Julia (Alistair Wilcox)
Open Source Software for Qualitative Data Analysis: Introducing BarraQDA (Jonathan Schultz)
Continuous Integration and Delivery pipelines for data processing (Alistair Wilcox)
The HIVE: A co-created art installation about health (Ann Dadich, Chloe Watfern)
Transdisciplinary Generalism: naming the epistemology and philosophy of the generalist (Johanna Lynch)
Positive organisational arts-based youth scholarship (Ann Dadich)
The unexpected benefits of engaging in Participatory Action Research (Pammie Ellem)
Mobilising professional identity in multidisciplinary health and social care: Using Nominal Group Technique (Stephanie Best)
The development of an observational grid in the context of participatory action research in health organisations (Tania Hobson)
Using case study methods within a realist methodology (Isabella Maugeri)
Using historical institutionalism as a method for qualitative process tracing in comparative politics (Dr Michael de Percy)
Multiple path dependences in policy trajectories: a conceptual framework (Flavia Hanlen)
Diagramming Path Dependency and Critical Junctures (Stephen Darlington)
A slide or a shift? The transition of methods in a Mixed Methods study (Ancy Sara Philip)
Data integration in a sequential explanatory mixed methods study that investigated and explored midwives’ level of knowledge and confidence to provide healthy eating education for pregnant women (Shwikar Othman)
Implementation of the ASQ-TRAK: protocol for a mixed methods evaluation (Anita D'Aprano, Dr Claire Bartlett)
The interface between sociocognitive theory and mixed methods research in language studies (Mehdi Riazi)
Podcasts as resources: collaborative research translation concerning gay and bisexual men who use crystal for sex (Kerryn Drysdale)
Researching diaspora in the digital age: new directions towards a transnational approach (Abdul Aziz)
Using an online anonymous qualitative survey to explore the experience of being bullied as a midwifery student. (Tanya Capper)
Customizing a Questionnaire Tool for Local Context (Mahmoud Alhayek)
Non-traditional Research Methods in the Arts: Building Social Engagement (Birut Zemits (PhD), Lee Harrop)
How do we measure what matters to people? Findings from a systematic review (Kate Sollis)
Metaphor identification as a methodological tool in social science research. (Dr Allison Creed)
Engineering Competencies and Challenges faced by Engineers in Hydropower Sector in Bhutan: A Pilot Study (Gayleg Zangmo)
Zoom Conference Room
Zoom Breakout Room 1
Zoom Breakout Room 2
Zoom Breakout Room 3
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Sessions
Sessions
Working from Home, Covid-19 and Implications for Transport Systems (Professor David Hensher)
Conference Close
Challenges of adopting open source software for survey research in practice (Alistair Wilcox)
Real-time text analytics using R Shiny (Gabriel Ong)
projectable – a new approach to tabling in R (Kinto Behr)
Reproducible survey research (Benjamin Desta)
Bringing life back into a longitudinal sample: addressing issues with contact and engagement (Jennifer Renda, Mari Wild)
Staying Longitudinal in lockdown: How two large-scale, national panel studies are responding to COVID-19 (Jennifer Renda, Tamara Taylor)
Soft skills in young Australians: Development and preliminary validation of a brief self-report measure (Cameron)
Healthcare Services Delivery by Public Organizations: Theoretical and Methodological Dynamism of Game Theory (Sunil Dixit)
Ethnographic approach for studying interactions in virtual communities: a case study of Russian-speaking sociological online community (Larisa Barkhatova)
Development and creation of an audio vignette for use with school Principals (Dr Nina Van Dyke)
Crowdsourcing in social science research: a systematic review (Regina Lenart-Gansiniec)
Meritocratic and Fair? A comparative discourse analysis of widening access policy in the UK and Australia (Maeve Coyle)
Critical Discourse Analysis and Anti-racism: an Analysis of Muslim Women’s Opinions on the Burkini Ban (Jennifer Cheng)
Analysing situated meanings and figured worlds in Conversations about sustainability: bringing critical discourse analsysis (CDA) to NVivo 12 (Gavin Melles)
Uncovering Open Sources used in Agenda Setting Research – a Content Analysis of Academic Studies (Tom Christie)
The Coronavirus, The Resulting Recession, and Impacts on Maritime Workers. The role of Arts-Based Approaches. (Jennifer Geary)
Goffman Meets Osmo Pocket: Novel Applications of Digital Ethnography (Naomi Berman)
Researching about a pandemic during a pandemic (Erica Smith)
Collaborative Research Using Virtual Tools During Covid-19: A Case Study using Zoom (Shankar Sankaran)
A Mixed-Method Multiple-Case Study Integrating Social Network Analysis and Actor-Network Theory (Thi Quynh Trang Nguyen)
Policy ‘stickiness’ and integration in the healthcare sector - using network methods to explore the influence of the network on policy ‘stickiness’ in the health care sector in Australia (Jodette Kotz)
Using Network Analysis to Explore the Evidence Used in Policy (Jodie Kidd)
Engaging culturally & linguistically diverse youth participants: Interactive approaches (Sue Nichols)