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Exploring life under lockdown in Britain’s households: 3 findings from the first week of our qualitative research

Since early last week, we’ve been running our ‘Through The Keyhole’ research – an in-depth qualitative study with 15 UK households. We are focussing on the societal impact of the nationwide lockdown – exploring the British public’s lived experiences of these unprecedented events. Clearly, we’re all still adapting to the changed circumstances. The short-term and

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Through the keyhole: exploring life under lockdown inside Britain’s households

This week at Blue Marble we launched our Through The Keyhole research. We will be conducting in-depth qualitative research with 15 UK households over the next 6 weeks to understand how they’re experiencing life under lockdown. We are currently living through a period of profound instability and change. Never before in peacetime have so many

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Revolt Sexual Assault – a nationwide consultation

Blue Marble has been commissioned to analyse Revolt Sexual Assault’s survey data from its recent nationwide consultation. The survey measures reported incidence of sexual assault and harassment and has been distributed via the online forum The Student Room, and via universities. With such a large response, and with much interest from the media, our role

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Still thinking about the quality of the conversation…

Here at Blue Marble, we’ve been troubled by the emphasis on incentives to get bums on seats. Research respondents are fundamental to what we do. That’s why we don’t want just bums, we want engaged people ready to share their opinions. But it can feel like the relationship between respondent and researcher is less about

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