This session will serve the dual purpose of sharing selected papers from the inaugural edition of the Journal of Social Science Student Research (JOSSSR) and act as a developmental session for students and supervisors hoping to publish. The abstracts for papers to be presented will be made available nearer the time, as these are still being invited and reviewed. The developmental element of the session will run as a workshop where JOSSSR authors and editors share their experiences and walk the attendees through the submission and review process. The session will culminate with a call for attendees to pledge to submit an article for the subsequent issue of JOSSSR.
|Publication status||Published - 10 Nov 2022|
|Event||SHSL Division of Education and Social Work: Annual Research and Scholarship Conference - University of Dundee, Dundee, United Kingdom|
Duration: 10 Nov 2022 → 10 Nov 2022
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/division-of-education-and-society-conference-tickets-420499785177 (Evenbrite website)
https://www.dundee.ac.uk/events/division-education-and-society-conference (Conference website)
|Conference||SHSL Division of Education and Social Work: Annual Research and Scholarship Conference|
|Period||10/11/22 → 10/11/22|
|Other||University of Dundee, is inviting you to attend a conference with the focus on thinking-again the Scholarship and Research divide. This conference has in previous years been organised by the School of Education and Social Work - now part of the new School of Humanities, Social Sciences and Law. The aim of the conference is to bring together students and academics to explore scholarship and research ideas. The focus is to create a vibrant space where people come together to discuss and engage critically on current issues. As in previous years this conference is co-coordinated with colleagues of Medical Education, School of Medicine, University of Dundee.|
This year’s conference theme aims at helping us think-again about the academic identities that are influenced by the binary tension of Scholarship and Research. Academic identities are often constructed in ways that position one in either one of these categories, allowing little possibilities of movements between the two. Are there other ways of understanding academic identities that question and, in some way, deconstruct this binary? How does practice and reach/theory come together? Or is this a never-ending battle between the two divides?