Social Science research projects explore topics which include, but are not limited to, anthropology, business management, criminal justice, economics, gender parity, human geography, law, modern slavery, politics, psychology, warfare and defence.
I have written this blog to share my learnings from my 1st summer with the Laidlaw Scholarship programme. My research on period poverty & the inability to access period products taught me so much about qualitative research & analysis, but even more about leadership, compassion, resilience & mission.
This blog covers my final week of research. Although it is slightly delayed in being uploaded, this covers the final week of discourse analysis and where I am standing at the end of six really interesting weeks. I aim to publish a reflection on my project shortly.
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