SRA Events

SRA Annual Conference 2017 - ‘Social Research in a Sceptical Age’
6 December
British Library, London

Call for Workshop presentations (deadline 7 August)

Conference flier and call for workshops pdf file

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SRA North & Midlands free evening seminar: Using Geographical Analysis to Influence Policy

Helen Barnard, Head of Analysis at the widely respected social research charity the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, will discuss a range of analyses to understand the geographical patterns of poverty. The seminar covers the aims of the analysis, the audiences and impacts, and challenges in relation to data, interpretation and how the work has been used. After the seminar you can meet and network with Helen and fellow-researchers in the North and Midlands.

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Price: £0.00

Date: June 28, 2017

Available Spaces: 18

SRA Summer Event 2017 - Where now for the random probability survey?

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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Price: £60.00

Date: June 29, 2017

Available Spaces: 3

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You can also download reports, papers and presentations from past events.