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CER Lecture Series 2022: Worlds apart? Engaging with the politics of policymaking from a critical research perspective - Mathias Urban and Nora Milotay. - Shared screen with speaker view - Recording 2/2
Mariana Colman
34:50
If you have any question please share it here and we will answer it during the Q&A
Marlene McCormack
51:02
Unfortunately I cannot stay but this is so interesting (as always). Look forward to catching up with the recording.
Mariana Colman
51:41
Thank you Marlene, we will share the recording later today
Sean Manley
01:12:42
A question for the speakers. Is there a quantitative bias within the community of policy makers that acts as a communication barrier with academics, especially those adopting a critical theory approach? Values and beliefs are at the core of this approach, and cannot be the objective version of science that is more palatable. Redefining what is meant by reliability and validity might also be needed.
Joan Whelan
01:36:49
Thank you all!
Trudy Corrigan
01:37:04
Thank you a very interesting session.
Sean Manley
01:37:07
Thanks very much. Very interesting!
Aishling Silke
01:37:15
Thank you very much really interesting delighted to have the opportunity to listen to you both
Jean Boucher
01:37:15
Very nice!
ARWA ALSHEHRI
01:37:20
Thank you for interesting conversation
Eleonora Teszenyi
01:37:22
Super discussion, thank you for sharing your views.
Colette Byrne
01:37:22
Thank you so much.