Results for Department: Methodology, Department of.

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Expert ImageProfessor Martin W Bauer
Department of Methodology; Department of Social Psychology
Experience keywords: social representations; genomics; Eurobarometer surveys; public understanding of science; activity theory; biotechnology; computer assisted text analysis; media monitoring; bemetology; experience sampling; content analysis; stress; job design; risk perception; communication; nuclear power; motivation; resistance to change

Expert ImageProfessor Kenneth Benoit
Department of Methodology; Department of Methodology
Experience keywords: the European Parliament; comparative party competition; transitions to democracy; Hungarian elections; statistical methodologies for the social sciences; electoral systems; Hungarian electoral system

Expert ImageProfessor Kenneth Benoit
Department of Methodology; Department of Methodology
Experience keywords: the European Parliament; comparative party competition; transitions to democracy; Hungarian elections; statistical methodologies for the social sciences; electoral systems; Hungarian electoral system

Expert ImageDr Aude Bicquelet
Department of Methodology
Experience keywords: direct participation; analysis of parliamentary debates; computer-assisted textual analysis; data mining; public policy; democratic political theory

Expert ImageDr Flora Cornish
Department of Methodology
Experience keywords: collective action; social movements; Community mobilisation; qualitative research methodologies; HIV/AIDS; dialogue; community health interventions; ethnography; evidence & evaluation in health research and policy; community engagement and participation

Expert ImageProfessor George Gaskell
Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation (CARR); Department of Methodology; Department of Social Psychology; Director's Management Team
Experience keywords: expert and lay representations of risk; social and ethical implications of biotechnology; qualitative research methods; risk and trust; science in society and society in science; beliefs and attitudes

Expert ImageDr Dominik Hangartner
Department of Methodology
Experience keywords: program evaluation; immigration; applied causal inference; citizenship

Expert ImageDr Jonathan Jackson
Department of Methodology; Mannheim Centre for the Study of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Experience keywords: fear of crime; risk perception; public attitudes toward the police; science and society; fear of crime; public attitudes toward the police; risk perception

Expert ImageDr Alasdair Jones
Department of Methodology
Experience keywords: built environment; qualitative research methodologies; public space; active transport; Urban sociology

Expert ImageDr Jouni Kuha
Department of Statistics; Department of Methodology
Experience keywords: measurement; missing data; research design; social statistics; latent variable modelling; cross-national surveys; categorical data analysis

Expert ImageDr Benjamin Lauderdale
Department of Methodology
Experience keywords: election forecasting; US politics; applied statistics; measurement of political representation

Expert ImageDr Matthew Mulford
Department of Methodology;
Experience keywords: judgement; experimental design; quantitative methods; negotiations

Expert ImageDr Paul Nulty
Department of Methodology
Experience keywords: syllabus design(computer science); computer programming; cognitive science; natural language processing; quantitative text analysis

Expert ImageDr Jen Tarr
Department of Methodology
Experience keywords: ethnography, visual and sensory methods; complementary and alternative medicine; qualitative interviewing; dance; pain; sociology of health

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