Our centre welcomes innovative approaches and supports various methodologies.
CSEE members make use of quantitative and qualitative research methods, in addition to ethnography, multimodal, digital, creative and participatory methods (e.g. walking methodologies, social justice arts, digital archiving, scroll back methodology with social media).
- Louise Archer (longitudinal tracking of students’ science and career aspirations from age 10-18)
- Becky Francis (attainment and non-attainment grouping in relation to social inequality)
- Olga Cara (lifelong learning; impact of family literacy programmes)
- Youth Equity+STEM (YESTEM)
- Stephen Ball (Mapping Policy Networks)
- Rachel Wilde (organisational ethnography in charities, businesses and schools in the UK and Central America)
- Patrick Bailey
- Mano Candappa
- Louise Archer
- Spela Godec (qualitative and quantitative approaches to study young people's engagement with science/STEM)
- Emily Dawson (STS, how people engage with and learn about science with an emphasis on equity
Multimodal, digital, creative and participatory methods
- Youth Equity+STEM (YESTEM, multi-modal youth ethnographies)
- Jessica Ringrose (digital archiving, scroll back methodology using social media; walking methodologies; social justice arts based and participatory methods with young people in schools)