National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM) website Face 2 Face project page
Face 2 Face project report
Everyday Childhoods at the Mass Observation Archive. The data set from the Face 2 Face study is the cornerstone of a new collection at the Mass Observation Archive, which will also include new and existing material generated by children as part of the May 12th Mass Observation and responses to directives. This includes an online open access multi-media
case studies (now available) which will be joined by the ‘raw data’ in 2016.
Berriman, L. & Thomson, R. (2015) Spectacles of intimacy? Mapping the moral landscape of teenage social media, Journal of Youth Studies, 18 (5) 583-597.
Thomson, R. & Arnott, S. (2015) Days of our lives: Making and sharing multi-media documents of everyday mothering. Studies in the Maternal 7 (1).
Thomson, R. and McLeod, J. (2015) New frontiers in qualitative longitudinal research: an agenda for research, International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 18 (3) 243-50.
Berriman, L. & Thomson, R. (forthcoming) Moral landscapes of teenage social media. Article commissioned by A-level journal Sociology Review.
Berriman, L. 2014. Curating digital accounts of the everyday in Woodfield, K. (Ed.) Social Media in Social Research: Blogs on Blurring the Boundaries. NatCen Social Research & Sage.
Thomson, R. (2014) Possession: Research practice in the shadow of the archive in Smart, C., Hockey, J. and James, A. (Eds.) The Craft of Knowledge: Experiences of Living with Data. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
Thomson, R. and Hadfield, L. (2014) 'Day-in-a-life’ microethnographies and ‘Favourite Things’ interviews, in Johnson, V., Hart, R. and Colwell, J. (Eds) Steps to Engage Young Children in Research: Volume 2, The Researcher Toolkit, Bernard Leer Foundation, pp126-130.
Bragg, S. (2015) Young people, schools, digital cultures and the ‘Face to Face', presented at the Journal of Youth Studies Conference 2015: Contemporary Youth, Contemporary Risk. Copenhagen, 30 March–1 April.
Bragg, S. & Berriman, L. (2015) Capturing and curating childhoods and youth: Digital and material practices, presented at the International Visual Methods Conference. Brighton, 16–18 September.
Thomson, R. (2015) Call & response: breaking the fourth wall in qualitative longitudinal research invited paper at Researching relationships across generations and through time: celebratory conference for Professor Bren Neal, University of Leeds 9 June.
Thomson, R. & Berriman, L (2015) Assembling research using qualitative longitudinal methods, methods workshop at Dept Education, Aarhus University, Denmark, 28 March.
Thomson, R. (2014) Call and response: beyond the 4th wall in psychosocial research, Keynote address, Association of Psychosocial Studies annual conference, Preston, December.
Thomson, R. & Berriman, L. (2014) Spectacles of intimacy? Mapping the moral landscape of teenage social media, presented at In/between Spaces: AHRC Subcultures Network Symposium: Liverpool John Moores University, 5 September.
Berriman, L. (2014) ‘The ‘Face 2 Face’ Study: Some reflections on qualitative longitudinal methods’, presented at The 6th ESRC Research Methods Festival: St. Catherine’s College Oxford, 8–10 July.
Thomson, R. & Berriman, L. (2014) Spectacles of intimacy? Mapping the moral landscape of teenage social media, presented at British Sociological Association (BSA) Conference: Changing Society 2014: University of Leeds, 23–25 April.
Berriman, L. (2014) Face 2 Face: Tracing the Real and Mediated in Children’s Cultural Worlds. [Podcast] NCRM Podcasts.
Everyday childhoods blog
A two-day NCRM advanced methods training session on 22 and 23 June 2015 entitled ‘Capturing everyday temporalities using qualitative longitudinal research’ by University of Sussex (Thomson, Berriman and Courage with keynote from Julie McLeod)