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This episode of the BERA Podcast is part of a series of podcasts focusing on Alternative Research Methods in Higher Education.

PhD candidates are expected to find research methods that fit. What if none of the conventional methods available seem to support your values and purposes or worse, force you to compromise?

In this episode, Dr Sin Wang Chong interviews Elke Van dermijnsbrugge about alternative routes to think about and do research. 

In this Episode

Sin-Wang Chong, Dr

Lecturer (Assistant Professor) at Queen's University Belfast

Sin-Wang Chong is the Early Career Researcher Network Regional Rep for Northern Ireland. Dr. Sin-Wang Chong is Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in TESOL in the School of Social Sciences, Education and Social Work at Queen’s University Belfast...

Elke Van dermijnsbrugge

Lecturer at Education University of Hong Kong

Elke is Lecturer at the Education University of Hong Kong and PhD candidate at UCL Institute of Education. She has worked in the field of international education in Europe, Africa and Asia. Her key interests focus on philosophy of education,...