Creating Promising Futures Through Social Construction
The Relational Research Network in a global iniative to explore, share, learn, and create practices and processes for doing research from a relational perspective. We invite you to join in the initiative.
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Relational Research Network Meeting and Global Dialogue - a free event
May 10, 2017 - 10:00 AM - 12:00 noon US Eastern Summer Time (note the different time)
Hosted by: Lenka Formankova, Czech Republic
Topic: Relational research of migrant families - possibilities and limits, techniques and approaches - Lenka will share her experiences with engaging relational principles in research of migrant strategies to reconcile family and private life. Lenka will talk about combining the principles of a relational approach with the methodological approach of biographical narrative research. She will discuss the impact of cultural differences and language barrier, same as status and gender of migrants on engaging into conversations. Her contribution will be theoretical, as she just starting to work on this topic (relational research in migration context).
What: We invite you to join with us in conversation to continue to create a space for an international network to generate conversations and collaborations around Relational Research.
Relational research is……. ?
How is relational research influencing how you think about and do relational research?
Looking at the ideas of relational research, how you would design a research project?
If relationships and relational processes are central in your research, how does this change how you design your research?
How do you see yourself as a relational researcher? What does that mean?