Institute for Sociology, Centre for Social Sciences, HAS, Hegedüs room, Budapest I. Úri u. 49.
Date: 21 May, 2015 (Thursday), 2p.m.
Presenter: Annabel Tremlett (School of Health Sciences and Social Work, University of Porthsmouth)
Discussant: Júlia Szalai (Institute for Sociology, CSS HAS)
Taking up criticisms of sociological research as over-focusing on the interview, this chapter considers what can be learned from looking beyond the interview in qualitative research and the implications for the study of ethnicity/‘race’. The chapter draws on a case study from ethnographic research that shows how understandings of ethnic and racial categorisations shift when research approaches transcend ‘the interview’.
Drawing from a book chapter written with Roxy Harris (to be published in 2015)
BSA/Routledge book on ‘Exploring Trends and Challenges in Sociological Research’
(eds. Louise Ryan and Linda McKie).