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Methods in Motion: Challenging the Narrative article icon

Society, Politics & Law 

Methods in Motion: Challenging the Narrative

Eddie Wastnidge sets out why he believes academics like himself have a duty to challenge the biased narratives driving Western policy in the Middle East, and what this could achieve.

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Methods in Motion: An emerging politics of Brexit article icon

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Methods in Motion: An emerging politics of Brexit

Are we seeing the start of a new political, ideological and cultural order? Dr Eleni Andreouli weighs the evidence.

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Methods in Motion: Politics is awash with large emotions... isn't it? article icon

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Methods in Motion: Politics is awash with large emotions... isn't it?

In a political climate seemingly awash with powerful emotions, Emeritus Professor John Clarke suggests we should take stock of what people do as well as feel.

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Methods in Motion: How do researchers know?

Emeritus Professor Wendy Hollway looks at the motion of emotion in research, asking 'How do we know?'

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Methods in Motion: Is Q still the answer? article icon

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Methods in Motion: Is Q still the answer?

Paul Stenner considers social constructionism - and wonders if it ever-changing times means research methods also need to change.

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Methods in Motion: The middle children

Dr Sarah Crafter explores how child language brokers act as cultural mediators of identity and belonging.

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Methods in Motion: Emotionally sensing knowledge article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology 

Methods in Motion: Emotionally sensing knowledge

Dr Ruth Evans shows how an approach of ‘uncomfortable reflexivity’ in cross-cultural research can help to reveal the work of emotions.

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Methods in Motion: Finding a voice after Brexit article icon

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Methods in Motion: Finding a voice after Brexit

In a world that appears increasingly hostile to expertise, Janet Newman suggests ways forward – and some new alliances.

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Methods in Motion: Clashing loyalties article icon

History & The Arts 

Methods in Motion: Clashing loyalties

Geoff Andrews argues that a multidisciplinary approach is key if we're to get to the heart of human vulnerabilities at moments of competing loyalties.

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Methods in Motion: The things we don't know article icon

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Methods in Motion: The things we don't know

As debates about 'truth' continue to hit the headlines, sociologist and Visiting Fellow Dr Jane McCarthy explores what we 'don’t know' in cross-cultural research.

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Methods in Motion: Becoming relativist

Dr Manuel Dries, Lecturer in Philosophy at the OU, explores how a quest for absolute knowledge has led us into relativism (which is an opportunity)

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Methods in Motion: Remaking experimental philosophy article icon

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Methods in Motion: Remaking experimental philosophy

The emerging experimental philosophy movement, borrowing approaches from psychology, is interesting - but it can and should go further, believes Claire Hewson

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