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methods@manchester: research methods in the social sciences

April 17, 2011 690

methods@manchester is an initiative funded by the Faculty of Humanities, University of Manchester. It aims to:

  • highlight Manchester’s strength in research methods in the social sciences
  • promote interdisciplinary and innovative methodological developments
  • foster further developments, including training, through external funding

methods@manchester achieves these aims by:

  • web pages that showcase the expertise in research methods within the faculty
  • promoting and facilitating methods-related events across the university
  • holding twice-yearly high profile external events
  • running an annual competition to fund methods-related activities that promote interdisciplinarity, innovation or international collaboration

The methods@manchester team is advised by a management board which meets twice a year.

To find out more email methods@manchester.ac.uk

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