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Big Data - What can we learn and do? (Part 1)

‘Big Social Data’ in Context: Connecting Social Media Data and Other Sources
Axel Bruns, Tim Highfield

Social network analysis: Applied studies and substantive topics

Application of social network methods to assess collaboration in a National Research Partnership to improve the quality of Indigenous primary health care
Frances Clare Cunningham, Veronica Matthews, Anna Sheahan, Ross Bailie

Structural Equation Modelling in Social Sciences

Organisational stress: Using the Occupational Stress Inventory-Revised as a measure of organisation role stressors, personal strain and personal coping strategies
Richard Edward Hicks, Mark Bahr

Assessing the Impact of the Social Sciences

The Public’s Experience of Law: Large-Scale Surveys of Civil Legal Problems and their Impact on Access to Justice Policy
Pascoe Pleasence, Nigel Balmer

Measurement and Other Errors (with a focus on TSE) (Part 1)

Using on-line survey technology to investigate differences between researchers' and respondents' attribution of meaning to their reported experiences of interpersonal misconduct.
Ruth Beach

Methodological Issues in Cross National or Comparative Research

Surveys of Legal Need Worldwide (and When Small Methodological Changes Can Result in Big Differences)
Nigel J Balmer, Pascoe Pleasence
“It is a narrow mind which cannot look at a subject from various points of view.” ― George Eliot, Middlemarch XML
Michelle Anne Elmitt, Temesgen Beyene

Studying Hard to Locate Populations

Conducting sensitive research in volatile online environments: the Silk Road story
Monica Jane Barratt, Alexia Maddox, Simon Lenton, Matthew Allen

Studying Organisations: Surveys and Other Methods

Analysis of free text response data in large surveys: a comparison between manual and automated analyses
Gillian Little, Arwen Mow-Lowry, Tony Cotton, Fiona Buick, Blackman Deborah

Studying Complex and Changing Populations and Cohorts (Part 2)

Methodological innovations for a complex population
Diana Smart, Saul Flaxman, Kylie Brosnan, John De Maio, Michelle Silbert

Informing Policy Research using the Australian Census Longitudinal Dataset

Ethnic mobility or statistical ethnic mobility? The implications of changing Indigenous status for data linking and population projections
Nicholas Biddle, Paul Campbell

ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference

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