Across the social sciences there is widespread agreement that longitudinal data (e.g. studies that repeatedly contact participants) provides powerful research resources to examine both social change and social stability. There is now a broad portfolio of longitudinal data available to social science researchers. Many social science research questions can be adequately answered without longitudinal data; however, most research projects will beneﬁt from the addition of longitudinal data analysis, and some research questions can only feasibly be answered using longitudinal data.
This is an intensive one-day wokshop on longitudinal data and research using statistical methods. The event is intended to be engaging and informative and there will be audience participation and opportunities to ask questions.
Researchers who are at any career stage are welcome.
Course Timings: 09:00 - 16:00
Professor Vernon Gayle