The workshop creates a platform for participants to revisit and recontextualise approaches to research methods/methodologies which have the potential to produce both subject-related, and research method-focused, high quality publications. This interactive workshop links Advanced Researchers with Doctoral, Early and Mid-career researchers in shared thinking and debate around the development of innovative research methods and approaches with the prospect of transforming conference papers into journal articles. Within a supportive and engaging environment, participants will be encouraged to learn from research methods/ methodology experts about novel and alternative research approaches; share their research strategies; and receive feedback on areas for improvement and development. This is a rare and valuable opportunity for researchers to engage with internationally acclaimed research methods academics and extend their existing research networks and experience.
To make the most of the day, participants are offered the opportunity to submit a draft of a conference or working paper in order to receive more individualised feedback during group discussions. Details of how to submit a paper will be shared with those who have registered to attend the workshop.
21st November 2019, 9:30 - 16:30
Who Should Attend
Doctoral Students, Early-career and Mid-career Researchers
Benefits of Attendance
- An awareness of the opportunities and possibilities available within the study of research methods/ methodologies
- Insights into developing a good quality research methods/methodology conference paper or journal article
- Gain feedback and advice on your research methods/methodology ideas
Leicester Castle Business School
Castle View (off the Castle Street/The Newarke)
De Montfort University
Paper Submission Details
Delegates are encouraged to submit an abstract/introduction/overview of their research method/ology focused conference papers or journal articles - MAXIMUM OF 1000 WORDS - in order to gain feedback from our academic mentors during the workshop.
Submission Deadline: 14th November 2019
Professor Mats Alvesson, Lund University
Professor Emma Bell, Open University
Professor Mark Saunders, University of Birmingham
Professor Laurie Cohen, University of Nottingham
BAM Research Methodology SIG and De Montfort University
The BAM Research Methodology Special Interest Group is aimed at BAM members with an interest in research methodology and the practices affecting research.
Leicester has a wide variety of hotels to suit all requirements. Hotels situated close to the University are:
• Holiday Inn Leicester
• Holiday Inn Express Leicester City
• Ramada Encore Leicester City Centre
• The Villare Hotel
There is no student carparking facilities on the campus however, Leicester has numerous carparking facilities near to the De Montfort University please see list below:
Upper Brown Street, LE1 5TH
More information on carparking can be found on the Leicester City Council carparking site https://www.leicester.gov.uk/transport-and-streets/parking-in-leicester/parking-charges/
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BAM Doctoral Student Members - No Charge
BAM Members - £20
Non-BAM Members - £35
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Cancelation Policy - Should you wish to cancel your place, you will receive a full refund if your cancelation is made 4 weeks prior to the event. After this, full payment will be required. BAM reserves the right to cancel the event if there are not enough people to justify running the workshops.
|BAM Member - Ordinary||£ 20.00|
|BAM Member - Student||£ 0.00|
|Non-BAM Member||£ 35.00|