North West Social Science Doctoral Training Partnership

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Unconventional Oil and Gas in South Africa: Science, Technology and Policy

Jack Hemingway outlines his methodology for using groundwater science and groundwater governance as a lens through which to observe socio-technical processes in South Africa.

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How low can you go?: How age-appropriate research methods can help identify behaviours in children from an earlier age.

How age-appropriate research methods can help identify behaviours in children from an earlier age.

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Mediating Militarism: Chronicling 100 Years of ‘Military Victimhood’ from Print to Digital 1918-2018

Liam Markey discusses his project, looking at militarism and its role in the commemoration of the British war dead since 1918.

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“Mohawk? As in the hairstyle!?” – the joys of explaining my PhD to others

Jack Benton talks about the challenges of communicating his PhD research, on the impact of urban green spaces, to ‘non-experts’.

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Pilot studies, planning and preparation prevents poor PhD performance – the value of piloting research methods

NWSSDTP funded student Tamsin Fisher (Keele) reflects upon the methods used in her research.

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