Accessibility statement

Research methodology and methods

Clearly, exactly how data is elicited and how research is designed has important consequences for the claims that can be made.  We are interested in methodological innovation in order to address particular theoretical and applied research questions.  We are also interested in how particular characteristics of data elicitation techniques impact on the nature of knowledge tapped, such as whether it is context-specific, reliable, durable, accessible under different conditions. 

CASLE staff

Emma Marsden, Department of Education
Chris Kyriacou, Department of Education

CASLE students

Rowena Hanan, PhD student, University of York
Keita Takashima, PhD student, University of York

Associated members

Alison Mackey, Georgetown, US
Carole Torgerson, University of Durham