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Using longitudinal data to explore how fathers’ involvement affects children’s educational outcomes

By July 20, 2022No Comments

Fathers and Longitudinal Research Panel – Timescapes 10 Festival, 13 September 2022 (online), chaired by Professor Anna Tarrant, University of Lincoln

Helen will present a paper that discusses how the use of longitudinal data in the PIECE project allows her to explore individual trajectories and levels of change in relation to fathers’ involvement, and the impact this has on children’s educational achievements through primary school. She will also be joined by Professor Esther Dermott, Professor Tina Miller and Dr Georgia Phillip. 

The Timescapes 10 Festival is a major celebration of advances in qualitative longitudinal methods through a mixture of international symposia, panel sessions, video provocations, sandpits, and demonstrator events. Jointly run through the Timescapes Archive and the National Centre for Research Methods, the Timescapes 10 Festival celebrates ten years since the conclusion of the original Timescapes programme of research. Register here.

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