ELS Lab Meetings - Journal Club: Conceptualization and operationalization
- Friday 26 March 2021
- ELS Lab Meetings
Topic Journal Club
Journal Clubs are sessions in which we discuss empirical legal articles, focusing on the methodology used in the paper and the lessons that can be learned.
In this Journal Club, we will explore conceptualization and operationalization as steps of the research process and the challenges involved. We will start with a short introduction based on a seminal paper on justice, after which there will be ample room for discussing our own experiences with conceptualizing and measuring the ‘difficult’ variables in our research. We will discuss the following paper:
Colquitt, J.A. (2001). On the dimensionality of organizational justice: A construct validation of a measure. Journal of Applied Psychology, 86, 386-400.
Interested to join? Sign up via the following form and you will receive a link to the Lunch & Learn: https://cutt.ly/gzedAG9.
ELS Lab Meetings
The Empirical Legal Studies Lab @Leiden is organizing a new series of sessions, for researchers interested in empirical legal research. Are you looking to learn more about empirical methods and/or engage in lively discussions on ELS? Join the upcoming ELS lab meetings!
Ranging from the informal Lunch & Learn to more in-depth paper discussions, the ELS lab meetings cover a wide range of empirical research methods and ELS-related topics. We offer a possibility to learn about each other’s research and experience, test out ideas and receive feedback on work in progress. You’re welcome to join, regardless of your degree of experience with ELS. Our upcoming sessions are below. Sign up via the following link: https://cutt.ly/gzedAG9
13:00 - 14:00
Lunch & Learn
Topic: Law in the books versus law in action
10:00 - 11:00
Topic: Conceptualization and operationalization
10:00 - 11:00
Paper Development Session
Topic: Presentation by Niek Strohmaier on character evidence in court
About ELS Lab @Leiden
Empirical Legal Studies is one of the legal science themes of the Leiden Law School as part of the Law Sector Plan, together with Institutions for Conflict Resolution. The Empirical Legal Studies project receives funding from the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science (OCW) through the multi-year Law Sector Plan. For any questions, please contact Helen Pluut (email@example.com).
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