Visual methods are becoming an increasingly popular option in psychology and the social sciences and this course will further develop your skills in collecting, analysing and editing visual and arts-based data in research. Build on your own interests, networks and communities while you apply your artistic and visual skills to an independent research project.
This MRes is ideal for those wanting to develop their ability in visual and creative research methods and apply these skills to their area of interest. You will become part of our thriving creative community and take part in the visual and creative projects in the department as well as showcase your own work at internal and external events.
You will be taught by internationally recognised researchers with expertise across different visual modes and art-forms on a one-to-one basis. Your workshops, tutorials and seminars will be tailored to your previous skills and experience, specific needs and requirements, current interests and research aims. You will also be able to pursue a specific research project in collaboration with experts in the field.
Become part of a national and international collaborative research network and have the opportunity to join our Visual and Arts-based Research Group, and have a visual researcher as your dedicated supervisor.
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This course will allow you to explore a range of contemporary visual and arts-based research methods and you will develop your skills in collecting, analysing, editing and disseminating visual and arts-based data.
This programme is a unique, research-based course, which does not follow the traditional model of lectures and exams. You will join the research community through an ongoing series of workshops and optional lectures. The MRes will enable you to excel in both the academic sector and the job market through individually tailored learning experiences.
Your assessment will be based on a final dissertation of no more than 12,000 words and an arts-based or visual output such as an ethnographic documentary, non-factual film, photographic or arts-based project.
Your dissertation will be read and evaluated, and you will be invited to make a oral presentation of your work.
The use of audio-visual, creative and innovative methodologies is becoming part of our daily language within and outside academia. This MRes will help develop your research, dissemination and public engagement skills as well as your own personal creativity and research skills; skills that are highly sought after in the current job market.
Because of her multidisciplinary education, Erminia's interests span different visual and arts-based methods and applied research areas including suicide and mental health, human rights, violence against women and children, spirituality and healing. She chooses to focus her research in Low-and-Middle-Income countries and among immigrant and refugee populations.
Susan has interests in a range of visual and arts-based methods, including the co-production of unsanctioned public art, repeat photography, and the use of video-installation in dissemination and public engagement.
We’ll carefully manage any future changes to courses, or the support and other services available to you, if these are necessary because of things like changes to government health and safety advice, or any changes to the law.
Any decisions will be taken in line with both external advice and the University’s Regulations which include information on this.
Our priority will always be to maintain academic standards and quality so that your learning outcomes are not affected by any adjustments that we may have to make.
At all times we’ll aim to keep you well informed of how we may need to respond to changing circumstances, and about support that we’ll provide to you.