On 21 September 2017, 'Feminist Approaches to Quantitative Social Science' held our first conference at UCL, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council via the Bloomsbury Doctoral Training Centre.
Find links to presentations below:
Jacqueline Scott, University of Cambridge: Revisiting Feminism Counts: Quantitative Methods and Gender Inequalities
Aneta Piekut, Sheffield Methods Institute, University of Sheffield: Where do my methods come from? Becoming a reflexive quantitative researcher and the shifting landscape of British social sciences
Sara Rose Taylor, Wilfrid Laurier University: Working out the kinks: Challenges in evaluating gender equality indicators in the Millennium Development Goals
Canan Cevik, University of Massachusetts, Amherst: Undoing gender of quantitative methods
Anelise Gregis Estivalet, Université Paris Descartes: The use of Qualitative Comparative Analyses in feminist approaches
Maria Iacovou, University of Cambridge: Quantitative social science: feminist questions, feminist answers, feminist methods?
Heini Väisänen, University of Southampton & Ewa Batyra, London School of Economics: Contemporary patterns of unintended pregnancy resolution in low- and middle-income countries
Ruth Weir, University of Essex: Can we predict domestic abuse? A spatial analysis of predictors at the neighbourhood level
Sabrina Moro, Nottingham Trent University: Scripting Sexuality and Consent: A Feminist Demographic Analysis of Downton Abbey Characters
Daria Ukhova, Bremen International Graduate School of Social Science: Gender division of domestic labour in post-socialist and ‘post-post-socialist’ Europe
Dominique Green, University of Edinburgh: Multidimensional Disadvantage in the U.S.: A social exclusion approach
Anna Di Bartolomeo, University of Venice Ca’ Foscari: Paid Reproductive Work and the Economic Recession: Evidence from EU15 States
Alyson Laird, WiSE Research Centre, Glasgow Caledonian University: Women and Modern Apprenticeships: A mixed methods enquiry
Ellie Suh, London School of Economics: Gender difference in voluntary retirement saving behaviour among young British adults
Margret Fine-Davis, Trinity College Dublin: Changing Gender Role Attitudes: Impact on Family Formation and Well-Being
Elias Nosrati, University of Cambridge: Gender gap in life expectancy
Neema Begum, University of Bristol: Black Asian Minority Ethnic Voting Behaviour in the 2016 EU Referendum
Neli Demireva, University of Essex: How strong is the influence of Cultural Barriers to the Successful Integration of minority women in Britain?
Emmaleena Käkelä, University of Stratchclyde: The Use of Quantitative Methods in the Decolonisation of the Global Struggle against Female Genital Cutting (FGC)