In search of Novel Adaptations in Social Science Research Methods for the World of COVID
With a second wave of the global COVID-19 pandemic now sweeping across the West, it is becoming clear that returning to ‘normal‘ maybe a long way off yet. Though, the need for social research is now more pressing than ever. The International Journal of Social Research Methodology is inviting researchers, academics, and doctoral students to share blog contributions reflecting their experiences in adapting existing research methods to meet the needs of our new research paradigm. The goal is to help the social science research community find inspiration and learn from one other as we continue to adapt our methods to meet contemporary needs. Contributions reflecting all aspects of social science research, including research ethics as well as quantitative and qualitative methods, are welcome. Preference will be given to submissions that demonstrate novel adaptation, creativity, and/or innovation.
Your contributions should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org in MS Word format. Accompanying images may be included. Contributions should not exceed 1,000 words.
Updated Deadline for submissions is 21 December 2020.