Methods for Change is a new project highlighting the value of social sciences methodologies to the wider world. It aims to showcase innovative research methods that facilitate social transformation and to demonstrate the benefits social sciences research can bring across a range of sectors. As the project gets underway, we are profiling the main researchers on the Methods for Change team.
This first profile introduces Amy Barron – she explains her motivation for joining the Methods for Change project, the value of social science methodologies and how this project will show that there are different ways of understanding social change, method and methodology. We will also be catching up with Laura Pottinger and Ulrike Ehgartner over the next few weeks.