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Cardiff Lunchtime Seminar Series 2016/17

The WISERD Cardiff lunchtime seminar series focusses on research currently being undertaken by WISERD researchers. Information about each of the events in the series can be found below.

If you are an external guest, please contact us (029 2087 9338) to confirm availability of places.

For further information please contact WISERD.Events@cardiff.ac.uk

 


The impact of family adversity on family support: Multiple risk factors and parental feelings of competence

Presenter: Nell Warner (Cardiff University)

Date: 20 September 2016, 46 Park Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff

Times: 12noon – 1:00pm


Not going to university: Examining the ‘alternative’ post-18 pathways of middle-class young people

Presenter: Ceryn Evans (Cardiff University)

Date: 27 September 2016, 46 Park Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff

Times: 12noon – 1:00pm


How we talk about impact: reconceptualising the rise of impact as a phenomenon in social policy

Presenter: Sioned Pearce (Cardiff University)

Date: 4 October 2016, 46 Park Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff

Times: 12noon – 1:00pm


University students’ accounts of personal success and civic responsibility: a comparative study

Presenter: Esther Muddiman (Cardiff University)

Date: 18 October 2016, 46 Park Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff

Times: 12noon – 1:00pm 


Teacher training in Wales: Education Workforce Council (EWC) data insights

Presenter: Liz Brimble, Deputy Chief Executive (Education Workforce Council (EWC))

Date: 8 November 2016, 46 Park Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff

Times: 12noon – 1:00pm 


In the blood or the water? Intergenerational transmission of trade union membership

Presenters: Helen Blakely and Rhys Davies (Cardiff University)

Date: 15 November 2016, 46 Park Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff

Times: 12noon – 1:00pm


Home Internationals” and Comparative Method: the case of the Diamond Review and higher education policy in the UK

Presenter: Gareth Rees (Cardiff University)

Date: 22 November 2016, 46 Park Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff

Times: 12noon – 1:00pm


Delimiting the boundaries: States, bodies and citizens.  A proposal to examine the relationship between government and members of society through the lens of ‘Presumed informed Consent and Organ Donation’

Presenter: Nick Bailey (Cardiff University)

Date: 6 December 2016, 46 Park Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff

Times: 12noon – 1:00pm 


Cross-border HE flows between Wales and England: issues of location, supply, and student characteristics

Presenter: Susan Whittaker (University of Edinburgh)

Date: 6 January 2017, 46 Park Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff

Times: 10:00am – 11:00am


I want to meet the needs of the people - Exploring volunteers’ accounts of the participation

Presenter: Hannah Blake (Cardiff University)

Date: 7 February 2017, 46 Park Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff

Times: 12noon – 1:00pm


Social Media and Trade Unions: Prevalence and Patterns of Use

Presenter: Wil Chivers (Cardiff University)

Date: 14 February 2017, 46 Park Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff

Times: 12noon – 1:00pm 


Can educational initiatives help achieve social justice in China 

Presenter: John Morgan (Cardiff University)

Date: 21 February 2017, 46 Park Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff

Times: 12noon – 1:00pm 


Can social capital help to explain spatial variations in accessibility to public services? A position paper and research agenda

Presenter: Nick Page (University of South Wales)

Date: 28 February 2017, 46 Park Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff

Times: 12noon – 1:00pm


The assessment and reform of GCSEs: the views and experiences of students in Northern Ireland and Wales

Presenter: Rhian Barrance (Cardiff University)

Date: 7 March 2017, 46 Park Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff

Times: 12noon – 1:00pm


The patterning of social participation in midlife

Presenter: Sian Evans (Cardiff University)

Date: 14 March 2017, 10/ 12 Museum Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff

Times: 12noon – 1:00pm


Is interdisciplinary collaboration worth the trouble?

Presenter: Erin Leahey (University of Arizona)

Date: 21 March 2017, 46 Park Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff

Times: 12noon – 1:00pm


Integration, interrelations and status within Communities First partnerships: reflections from a qualitative study of Wales' first devolved anti-poverty programme

Presenter: Sioned Pearce (Cardiff University)

Date: 25 April 2017, 38 Park Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff

Times: 12noon – 1:00pm


Digital sexuality: The Internet as an intermediary and mediator of sex

Presenter: Ian Thomas (Cardiff University)

Date: 2 May 2017, 38 Park Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff

Times: 12noon – 1:00pm


Fear of crime and social participation in old age

Presenter: Martijn Hogerbrugge (Cardiff University)

Date: 16 May 2017, 38 Park Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff

Times: 12noon – 1:00pm


Who attends Welsh-medium schools in South East Wales and Why?: Exploring the process of choice of medium of education

Presenter: Siôn Llewelyn Jones

Date: 23 May 2017, 38 Park Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff 

Times: 12noon – 1:00pm


Grand parenting and the early years

Presenter: Chris Taylor (Cardiff University)

Date: 6 June 2017, 38 Park Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff

Times: 12noon – 1:00pm


Military recruitment in schools in South Wales  

Presenter: Dan Evans (Cardiff University)  

Date: 20 June 2017, 38 Park Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff  

Times: 12noon – 1:00pm


The role of Brexit in shaping young people's voting behaviour and political views during the General Election 2017

Presenters: Stuart Fox and Sioned Pearce (Cardiff University)

Date: 27 June 2017, 10 Museum Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff

Times: 12noon – 1:00pm


Collective memory and cultural meaning: Memorialization in the post industrial landscape of South Wales

Presenters: Helen Blakely and Kate Moles (Cardiff University)

Date: 11 July 2017, 38 Park Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff

Times: 12noon – 1:00pm


Exploring the Counter-narratives of British African Caribbean men who have attended elite universities in England and Wales

Presenter: Constantino Dumangane Jr. (Cardiff University)  

Date: 18 July 2017, 38 Park Place, Cardiff University, Cardiff  

Times: 11:45 – 12:45pm

 

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