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

Sharon Smith engages with Dr Sin Wang Chong to discuss how conversation as a form of educational research, drawing on poststructuralist philosophy and a postqualitative approach to enable an engagement with parents of disabled children, to facilitate an exploration of power and subjectivity.

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...

Sharon Smith

University of Birmingham

Sharon Smith is a PhD student in the School of Education at the University of Birmingham. Her research interests relate to inclusion, education, the role of parents of children/young people with SEND, co-production, critical disability studies,...