University of Strathclyde

Topic: "Scottish Doctoral Colloquium" in Researchers

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    A Researcher's Guide to Ethics

    18/05/2012

    Calvin Burns

    "A Researcher's Guide to Ethics" presented by Dr Calvin Burns, CPsychol Associate Dean, SBS This presentation was given as part of the Scottish Doctoral Colloquium in Business & Management May 2012.

    00:47:11

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    The Role of Theory in Doctoral Research

    17/05/2012

    Paul Thompson

    Theory is probably the most important resource for a successful thesis, but tends to be neglected in research training. Furthermore, the distinctive contributions of many theses are constrained by under-theorisation. Using practical example, this session will explore the uses and misuses of theory, examining at what points theory does or shou...

    00:34:39

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    Quantitative Modelling & Forecasting Methods in Social Media and Energy

    18/05/2012

    Jooyoung Jeon

    How does a researcher choose a quantitative model that may be of some real value? This talk will describe how to accommodate real world questions in quantitative modelling in two fast-growing areas: social media and energy. The potential applicability and merits in the two areas are explored with specific examples: (1) box office revenue fore...

    01:26:29