With the development of creative research methods with diverse participants, there is an increased critical debate about the methodological aspects which centred on a few key issues such as power relationships, representations, and knowledge production.
In the talk, Bonnie Pang will provide examples (e.g., arts-based methods, visual methods, mobile ethnography, and autoethnography) from her forthcoming book: Creative and Inclusive Research Methods in Sport, Physical Activity and Health. She will discuss the challenges and advantages in conducting transformative research with children from minority (ethnic) backgrounds. Bonnie will further highlight the often-forgotten issue for creative ‘outputs’ arising from academic research regarding ethics, dissemination, and transformation.
This event will be held both in person (lunch provided) and online. The workshop is open to staff and postgraduate students at the GW4 Universities.
Dr Bonnie Pang is Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor and a Sociologist in Sport, Health and Education (Department for Health) at the University of Bath.
Lunch with Impact Workshops
This workshop is part of a series funded by the University’s Higher Education Innovation Fund (HEIF) and Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) Impact Acceleration Account (IAA), to support researchers in identifying, generating, evidencing and achieving impact from their research. Sessions are designed to enable attendees to apply the information, knowledge and tools to their own research.