Events in Social Statistics

Webinar: Data for dissertations

15:00 - 16:00 21 October 2020

Are you doing or supervising a dissertation this year? This free webinar will talk you through options for using secondary data available from the UK Data Service in undergraduate dissertations. Through the UK Data Service, students can access the UK’s largest collection of social and economic data. For example, you can download data from..

Webinar: Data in the spotlight: Census and population studies

15:00 - 16:00 22 October 2020

Did you know that Census data can be accessed for research? Census data from 1971-2011 provides a unique source of robust population data, particularly for small areas and often-overlooked groups, such as those living in establishments. The UK Data Service provides access to Census data in a range of formats including counts about character..

Webinar: Data in the spotlight: Qualitative and mixed methods data

15:00 - 16:00 26 October 2020

Did you know that qualitative and mixed methods data can be accessed for research? The UK Data Service provides access to a range of qualitative and mixed-methods data, including ethnographic data and field notes, images, oral history transcripts, and essay responses. This webinar will help you get started searching for qualitative and mixed..

Webinar: Data in the spotlight: International Time Series Databanks

15:00 - 16:00 05 November 2020

Did you know that international time series data can be accessed for research? The UK Data Service provides access to a range of international time series datasets, which include the open data produced by the World Bank, International Monetary Fund and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. As well as the data restricted..

CoDE Seminar: Black and Brown at the Intersection: Critical Thoughts Concerning Race, Debility and Disability

14:00 - 15:30 19 November 2020

In this seminar Viji Kuppan draws from previous writing presented in the book, The Fire Now (Johnson et al, 2018) called, Crippin’ Blackness: Narratives of Disabled People of Colour from Slavery to Trump, and a forthcoming piece, entitled, Black Crip Killjoys: Dissident Voices and Neglected Stories from the Margins to speak to entangled raci..

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