The ethos underpinning this Social Research Hub is to support a narrative between all of you who are interested in social research. It is hoped that SOCPHD can facilitate communication between researchers, those who apply its findings to develop and implement policies and practices, with those whose lives are affected by it – Everyone of us.
As such this invitation for guest blogs is purposefully broad; I do not want to dictate the narrative. Clearly, no abusive or defamatory blogs will be posted, otherwise I want to help share your knowledge and experiences. Your blogs do not have to be exclusive to SOCPHD.
By SOCPHD hosting guest blogs I hope to engender a sense of community, but it is equally important to support your collaborative ventures. I am constantly inspired by your generosity and innovation and want to let others know about it. So do tell us what you are doing.
I have established a forum at www.socphd.co.uk where you can post about your research interest, leave a link to your blog and help others to find you.
This feed and our sister site @phdforum www.phdforum.co.uk are developing according to your needs. I am grateful to those of you who have expressed an interest in becoming more involved and look forward to developing these conversations in the coming months.
Please forward any blogs you want to feature on SOCPHD or inquiries to admin @ socphd.co.uk
Currently these enterprises are facilitated by one full time phd student and your patience with my response times are very much appreciated.
I look forward to hearing from you,
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