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Podcasts in 2013

1 February 2013

This part is featuring the Launch of the journal Families, Relationships and Society (presented Brid Featherstone)

1 February 2013

this part presents the following strands within the FaRComm research programme:

Social relations of neighbourhood (introduced by Janet Fink and presented by Helen Lomax and Ellie Jupp)

Gender, households and work (presented by Alison Andrew and Sue Himmelweit) - @20.30

1 February 2013

This part presents the following strands within the FaRComm research programme:

Intimate relationships (presented by Jacqui Gabb)

Parenthood (presented by Brid Featherstone) @minute8

1 February 2013

This part presents the following strands within the FaRComm research Programme:

Children and Childhood (introduced by Janet Fink and presented by Lindsay O’Dell)

Family troubles (introduced by Jane McCarthy and presented by John Rowe) - @minute13.14

Families, transnationalism and mobilities (presented by Monica Dowling) - @minute25.01

1 February 2013

This part is an Introduction to the FaRComm Programme (presented by Jane McCarthy, Jacqui Gabb and Janet Fink)

21 January 2013

This clip is part of the CCIG Forum 28, held the 4.12.12 on methods. This Forum engaged with a critical reflection on the social and political life of method and the future potential of research data.

Please visit the event page.

21 January 2013

This Forum engaged with a critical reflection on the social and political life of method and the future potential of research data.

Please visit the event page.

21 January 2013

This clip is part of the CCIG Forum 28, held the 4.12.12 on methods. This Forum engaged with a critical reflection on the social and political life of method and the future potential of research data.

Please visit the event page.

21 January 2013

This clip is part of the CCIG Forum 28, held the 4.12.12 on methods. This Forum engaged with a critical reflection on the social and political life of method and the future potential of research data.

Please visit the event page.

21 January 2013

This clip is part of the CCIG Forum 28, held the 4.12.12 on methods. This Forum engaged with a critical reflection on the social and political life of method and the future potential of research data.

Please visit the event page.

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