Constraint-based methodological innovations: Tales of doctoral and early career researchers in a pandemic-ridden world
2024 Special Issue of Possibility Studies & Society
The art of ‘making do with whatever is at hand’—or ‘bricolage’ in French and ‘jugaad’ in Hindi— is well documented in the studies of entrepreneurship. The present special issue adopts this notion of ‘constraint-based innovations’ as an overarching framework to appreciate and theorise a range of creative efforts that junior researchers have been making to navigate our turbulent times and keep their projects going.
The Editors of Possibility Studies & Society are cordially inviting you to share how you have reconfigured your projects when faced with the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. By sharing your experiences, reflections, and takeaways in your own words, this collection will provide the broader research community with inspiration as well as practical pointers.
30 June 2023 Abstracts (up to 500 words) due
17 July 2023 Notifications to authors
29 December 2023 Full papers (up to 7,000 words including references) due
If you wish to be considered for publication, please use this form to submit your abstract, up to 500 words, by Friday 30 June 2023. All full papers will be subjected to a rigorous peer-review process. This special issue will be guest edited by Dr. Yenn Lee, who is a digital sociologist with a special interest in the Asia–Pacific region. As Senior Lecturer in Research Methodology and Deputy Head of the Doctoral School at SOAS University of London, her main responsibility is to teach research methods to postgraduate researchers across the arts, humanities, and social sciences.
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