Track Four, the second workshop presentation, by Renee Marlin-Bennett. Featuring twelves tips for doing “emancipatory empiricist” research.
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Track Three, the first presentation from this year’s methodology workshop — this one’s by Rose Shinko.
Track Two, my comments as a discussant on a panel entitled “Agents, Structures, and Change.”
So here’s a little EP called “ISA-NE 2008.” Track One, my comments at the roundtable on David Blaney and Naeem Inayatullah’s book manuscript Savage Economics.
So upon closer examination, the only thing I didn’t like about last year’s fourth podcast was the crappy sound. So I played with it a bit and here is a modified version of the podcast — unfortunately, in making the sound better I managed to eliminate the chapter menus, so if you want the version with those you should go here instead.
Upon re-watching some of my podcasts from last year’s course I think that they’re still about as good as I can do for the moment, so the first two podcasts will be the same as last year’s:
For realism, go here.
For liberalism, go here.
At this point I am planing to re-do the constructivism and critical challenges lectures for 2008.
Here are the four pieces of your final paper, as discussed in class today:
1) scholarly literature you’re debating/engaging with;
2) research question and methodological proposal for answering it;
3) gather some information…start doing the project;
4) tell me what else needs to be done!