29 - 30 October 2015, 00:00
Psychosocial research techniques place affect and emotion centrally within design, drawing on learnings from social work, psychotherapy, counselling and community work.
Our two-day workshop will explore how psychosocial techniques can add new dimensions to sustainability research, including theoretical foundations, a flavour of a range of specific tools (in-depth interview design, narrative analysis, using these methods in concert with surveys, polling and focus groups) as well as hands-on practice and case study analysis. For full details please see the workshop flyer.
Booking is now open: places are limited to 25 and are filling up so we advise you to book soon.
For more information about the workshop, email Rosie Robison.