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Research project: YouthLife: Life course perspectives in studying youth transitions to adulthood, bridging qualitative and quantitative approaches

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An EU-funded Twinning project.

An EU-funded Twinning project, where Rosalind and other methods experts at Southampton will collaborate with colleagues in Tallinn, Bamberg and NIKA universities, on the ‘YouthLife’ project, which aims to bridge qualitative and quantitative approaches to life course research and advance mixed methods design for the new Estonian Longitudinal Study of Youth, as well as fostering mutually advantageous networking and exchanges of knowledge between all the international partners.

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