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Languages, Refugees and Migration: Research Roundtable Event

Monday, 7 December 2015 from 12.00 to 18:30 Seminar room 3 (Gannochy), Wolfson Medical School Building, University of Glasgow, G12 8QQ About this FREE half-day participatory Knowledge Exchange event: Numerous projects across Glasgow (and further afield) are working in Languages … Continue reading

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Researching Multilingually’ in Sociology and Anthropology

By Dr Robert Gibb 8 September 2014 Reproduced with kind permission by the author from glasgowsociology.com What sorts of issues are raised when more than one language is used in a sociological or anthropological research project? Language has long been an important … Continue reading

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The often under-explored issue of researching multilingually (RM-ly)

The latest draft of the current publication by the RMTC Hub team (Holmes, Fay, Andrews and Attia, 2015) begins as follows: In our increasingly inter-connected world, there are many, often under-discussed, possibilities for using more than one language in a … Continue reading

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