Department of Children and Youth Affairs: Research Scholarship Programme 2012/2013
The Research Scholarship Programme was established in 2001. The aim of the Programme is to develop research capacity in relation to children and, this year, to support research projects directly relevant to the outcome areas of the National Strategy for Research and Data on Children's Lives 2011-2016
Under this Programme, successful applicants receive an annual maintenance grant of €16,000 and also have university fees paid in full by the Department of Children and Youth Affairs.
Subject to the receipt of suitable applications at least one of the scholarships will be awarded to a study whose central research question(s) are addressed through analysis of Growing Up In Ireland data.
IQDA EDUCATION RESOURCES
Collection of audio and visual material covering a series of sociological topics. The IQDA Learning Resources work as a self-guided learning tool for students.
Collection of audio clips that educators can use in the classroom. Educators can also apply to the IQDA for access to transcripts for teaching purposes.
Recent blog posts
- Ethnicity, Human Rights & Data Collection
- Incorporating Research Evidence into Academic Learning - A Seminar for Third Level Institutions
- Is family influence declining? The impact of parents and grandparents over 35 years
- National & Transnational Cultural Flows & Place, Postgraduate Summer School
- Munster Oral History Forum, Saturday 27 April 2013
- International Summer School in Qualitative Research Methods in Education, IV Edition
- Qualitative longitudinal data analysis: a research methods training day
- Writing across Boundaries Workshop, April 2013
- Bridging qualitative, quantitative and spatial datasets: a configurational approach to multisource coding
- Archiving consultancy post with CDI