Dr Sioned Pearce (WISERD - Wales Institute of Social & Economic Research, Data & Methods) will share experiences from her research around young people and perception of politics, society, culture and territorial rescaling. Sioned will conclude with a critique of the idea of devolution as a politics of hope in explaining youth political engagement in Wales.
The session will be chaired by Richard Self (Senior Performance and Improvement Manager, Communities and Tackling Poverty, Welsh Government).
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Price for SRA members £40. Price for non-members £60
Face to face survey fieldwork is widely perceived to be in crisis. Do ever-dwindling response rates signal the end for traditional probability methods, and if so can alternatives such as quota sampling or probability panels take their place? This event explores the options available to research commissioners seeking rigorous findings, and identifies the trade-offs in terms of cost, bias, and timeliness.
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