Admission Price: Free to attend, please register via the email address below
The PG Q-Step network is a forum for postgraduates interested quantitative research to share ideas and learn from each other. This session hosted by the City Department of Sociology and the City Q-Step Centre will provide a unique opportunity to hear about the research being conducted in the field of work, class, gender and inequalities by postgraduates across the various Q-Step centres. It will take place immediately prior to the annual Rosemary Crompton memorial lecture on April 27th.
The confirmed speakers of the Network Seminar include:
* Charlotte Brookfield, Cardiff University – Gender differences in sociological research
* Heather Piggott, University of Manchester - Attitudes towards women’s work in rural India and Bangladesh
* Nadine Zwiener, City University London – Links between gender inequalities in employment and gender differences in political participation
* Rima Saini, City University London – Ethno-religious determinants of class identification among British South Asian professionals
* Dominique Green, University of Edinburgh - Multidimensional components of poverty via a social exclusion lens
* Rodrigo Torres Nunez, UCL - Measuring the association between school system characteristics and educational inequality
* Martina McAuley, Queens University Belfast – Neo-liberalism and the management of personal debt
* Laszlo Horvath, University of Exeter
* Janet Gornick (Professor of Political Science and Sociology, The Graduate Centre, CUNY and Director of the Cross‐National Data Centre in Luxembourg)
* Dr Vanessa Gash (Senior Lecturer in Sociology, City University, Fellow of the Centre for Comparative Social Surveys (CCSS)and convenor of the Work, Class and Gender study group at City)
We will have short sets of presentations followed by a Q&A on the topics discussed to highlight the issues or challenges cited by those carrying out quantitative research in the fields of women, work and/or quantitative methods.
There will be a networking lunch immediately prior to the session so attendees can familiarise themselves with one another and their work and/or interest in these fields from the onset.
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When and where
1.00pm - 4.00pmWednesday 27th April 2016