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Workshop de IMISCOE sobre sesgos en la investigación de migraciones en el IESA-CSIC

30 marzo, 2023 @ 16:00 - 31 marzo, 2023 @ 14:30

Cartel A3 Seminarios Melanie

El Comité Permanente del IMISCOE «Enfoques y Herramientas Metodológicas en la Investigación sobre Migraciones» (Meth@Mig) organiza en la sede del IESA-CSIC en Córdoba un taller sobre la identificación y mitigación de sesgos en los estudios sobre migraciones.El mismo tendrá lugar los días 30 y 31 de marzo de 2023.

Las sesiones comenzarán con la ponencia inaugural “Complementing conventional web survey data with new measurement opportunities to achieve better or new insights”, impartida por la investigadora Melanie Revilla (Pompeu Fabra University).

En este documento puede conocer el detalle de las sesiones: libro-IMISCOE-IESA-WORKSHOP-ok

Y aquí el programa:

 “Detecting and mitigating bias in migration research”:

workshop agenda 

Thursday, March 30

16:00-16:10    Welcome and introduction (Sebastian Rinken & Agata Górny)

16:10-17:00    Keynote speech: “Complementing conventional web survey data with new measurement opportunities to achieve better or new insights”

Melanie Revilla (Pompeu Fabra University)

17:00-17:30    Debate

17:30-18:00    Refreshments

18:00-20:00    Panel session 1: Detecting and mitigating bias in surveys
(Including debate; chair: Steffen Pötzschke)

Dixie Brea (University of Bergen)

Reaching the refugee population in survey research: Differences in contact and collaboration among potential participants in Norway

Mathew Creighton, Natalia Malancu & A. Igarashi (University College Dublin)

Change in masked anti-immigrant sentiment: An experimental approach to disentangle attitudinal from compositional variation

Agata Górny & Kasia Porwit (University of Warsaw)

Stratification of the sample as a mean to reduce response bias in internet surveys using Facebook and Instagram adds

Lucía Granda & R. Soriano (University of Granada)

Bias in Migration Research on the Spanish-Moroccan border

Riccardo Ladini, F. Biolcati & F. Molteni (University of Milan)

How to sample migrants in general population surveys when population lists are not available? A respondent-driven approach

Vera Messing, B. Szeitl & B. Ságvári (Central European Univ., Budapest)

Answers as expected? The effects of survey mode on estimates of migration attitudes in self-completion and face-to-face interviews of the European Social Survey

Stefánia Toma (Romanian Institute for Research on National Minorities)

Romanian Roma Migrants Abroad and at Home: mixed method approaches in surveying hard-to-reach and hard-to identify populations

Friday, March 31

9:30-11:30 Panel session 2: Bias in administrative data and classification categories

(Including debate; chair: Evren Yalaz)

Tatiana Eremenko (University of Salamanca)

Estimating and describing the legal status of child migrants to France through a multi-source approach

María Soledad Escobar (Autonomous University of Madrid)

Geographical areas instead of nationalities? The use of ‘Latin American’ and ‘EU14’ categories in research on migrant political participation

Michael Hahn (Western University)

The Many Forms of Bias in Migration Research in Canada

Helen Packwood (University of Edinburgh)

Integrating methods to shed light on the trajectories of young migrants in Scotland

Xinyi Zhao (Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research)

Identifying and Mitigating Bias in the Study of Scholarly Migration using Bibliometric Data

11:30-12:00 Coffee break

12:00-13:30    Panel session 3: Positionality in qualitative research

(Including debate; chair: Laila Omar)

Ester Höhle, Sascha Kranich & Uwe Hunger (University of Applied Sciences Fulda & University of Giessen)

Mobile students from the Global South and their commitment to the development process in their home countries: Possible interview biases

Jae Hyun Park (University of Sussex)

Identifying and mitigating biases as an insider-outsider researcher, an immigration officer researching with refugees

Yolanda López García (Technical University Chemnitz)

Migrant researchers researching migration: Critical reflection toward the bias of studying the mobility of people sharing similar characteristics of origin

13:30-14:30    Wrapping up: key issues and take-home messages

  • Agata Górny & Sebastian Rinken

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30 marzo, 2023 @ 16:00
31 marzo, 2023 @ 14:30
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