36 Burst results for "Researcher"

Fresh update on "researcher" discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

00:43 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "researcher" discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"Speed. But I knew this would be a memorable experience. And I think I felt obliged as a happiness researcher to understand what's the thrill was the joy of it personally. But I was definitely out of my comfort zone. Do you mind saying that one more time, you just cut out ever so slightly then? The happiness I found in the whole experience was to surviving. But it was definitely out of my comfort zone. But it was definitely also a memorable experience. And something I'm going to remember for the rest of my life. So yeah, there is comfort in the comfort zone, but there's more memorable ability in being outside of your comfort zone. And I think also, you know, the whole reason why I started the happiness research institute also links into this thing because I got the idea for the happiness research institute ten years ago was working for I think tank on sustainability. I've been there for 7 years. It was a stable, well paying job. It was definitely the comfort zone professionally. And then one evening, I saw a report, I was in the office, and I saw something called the world happiness report. That had just come out commissioned by the UN, and there was a ranking of 155 countries. There happiness levels. And Denmark was in first place. And I thought, why is Denmark always doing well in these happiness rankings? This should be somebody exploring this, this should be somebody creating a think tank on happiness in Denmark. And then I thought, maybe I should do that. And I just couldn't let go of that thought and I was laying awake at night, thinking about all the different sort of studies you could do within this field. But that was definitely out of my comfort zone. I hadn't thought I would start a company on my own. And this was in 2012 in the wake of the financial crisis. It was definitely financially uncertain. And not in a very sort of comfort set of financially. But I just really wanted to work with this field, and also

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Ratings Process Report

Cryptonary

01:09 min | 3 d ago

Ratings Process Report

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40 states settle Google location-tracking charges for $392M

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last week

40 states settle Google location-tracking charges for $392M

"Even though Google's reached a nearly $400 million settlement with 40 states over location tracking legal experts are still warning users to check their devices Legal experts are calling this the largest multi state settlement in U.S. history surrounding privacy issues Google agreeing to pay out some $391 million After an AP investigation confirmed by Princeton researchers found that Google's services continue to store users data location Even when they opted out Connecticut's attorney general William Tong says consumers need to go even deeper He says do a personal inventory of your online settings and shut off those you don't want While understanding that you're being tracked every minute of every day Location tracking can help tech companies sell digital ads to marketers looking to connect with customers in their area I'm Jackie Quinn

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Tweets with racial slurs soar since Musk takeover: Report

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tweets with racial slurs soar since Musk takeover: Report

"A report finds that tweets with racial slurs have soared since Elon Musk took over Twitter I Norman hall according to a digital civil rights group enters of racial slurs have spiked on Twitter since Elon Musk purchased the influential platform despite assurances that it had reduced hateful activity Researchers at the center for countering digital hate found the number of tweets containing one of several different racial slurs climbed in the week after Musk bought Twitter a racial epithet used to attack black people was found more than 26,000 times three times the average were 2022 slurs and offensive terms for trans people homosexual men Jews and Hispanics also increased Twitter said this week that it was making significant progress in bringing the numbers down I Norman hall

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Loss and damage: Fight over human harm, huge climate costs

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Loss and damage: Fight over human harm, huge climate costs

"More than 100 world leaders will gather in Egypt this month for climate talks and much of the discussions are expected to be making some of the world's biggest polluters pay for destruction caused by climate change This summer's floods in Pakistan put one third of the country underwater causing $40 billion in damage a study calculated that climate change increased Pakistan's flood causing rain by up to 50% Dartmouth climate researcher just in mankind says it's a group of highly developed high income countries that have brought this problem to the world The cost of it are disproportionately being endured by low income countries in the global south And that is a massive injustice and massive inequity Europe's leaders and president Joe Biden are calling for fossil fuel companies to pay a windfall profits tax that along with aid from rich nations would go to countries victimized by past pollution I'm Donna water

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Study Shows Kids Will Grow Out of Transgender Identity

The Officer Tatum Show

01:10 min | 3 weeks ago

Study Shows Kids Will Grow Out of Transgender Identity

"94% of children will grow out of their transgender identity. Scroll to down a little bit. I want to read this whole part. It says the phenomenon of transgender children growing out of their transgender identity by the time that they are adolescents or adults is called desistance. It's a term called the assistance. And it's coined by the gender researchers. And it says for decades, follow-up studies of transgender kids have shown that a substantial majority anywhere, a substantial majority anywhere between 65% and 94% eventually ceased to identify as transgender. 65 to 94% of young people who are identifying as transgender no longer identify as transgender anymore. What does that tell you people? Are you are you people completely stupid or what? Why would you put a kid in that position? Kids don't know what they want to do.

Study: Cancer-causing gas leaking from CA stoves, pipes

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

Study: Cancer-causing gas leaking from CA stoves, pipes

"A new study finds that chemicals including cancer causing benzene are leaking from household stoves and pipes throughout California According to a study published in environmental science and technology researchers warn that benzene and other hazardous chemicals are leaking from stoves in the greater Los Angeles north San Fernando valley and the Santa Clarita valley areas at a rate that could be higher than what's considered safe That's based on testing of more than 150 homes in different parts of the state and more than four tons of benzene per year are being leaked into the atmosphere from outdoor pipes that deliver gas benzene is a known carcinogen that can lead to leukemia and other diseases This report could have major implications for air quality in California which is the nation's second highest user of residential natural gas I'm Jackie Quinn

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Researchers Have Created a Covid-Type Virus With 80% Lethality

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:51 min | Last month

Researchers Have Created a Covid-Type Virus With 80% Lethality

"More lethal strain of COVID created in Boston University lab, researchers at Boston University have developed a new COVID strain with an 80% kill rate. And now let's think about this for a minute. First of all, an 80% kill rate, what? We're talking about 8 out of ten that get the virus die of it. Think of what this would do to the world that this kind of a virus were released. Now, I mean, think about how COVID got out. It now seems likely scientists continue to investigate or debate and not with sufficient intensity, by the way. Debbie and I often talk about this W is like, what's happening with the investigation of where this virus really came from? How did it get out? What were the motives behind it? Or was this just negligence? Did it in fact come for the lab from a lab? It looks likely that it did. It came out of the Wuhan lab, not out of a wet market. That theory, which was once treated as dogma, is now at least has a competing theory. And so here's the point, what are we doing with this gain of function research where we're taking viruses playing with them? Apparently what the Boston University researchers did is they took the omicron variant, and they took the original virus. The original Wuhan virus, if you will, and they mixed them together and they created in a sense a more lethal variant, which kills now it turns out kills 80%, not in humans because they are not doing human trials, but in mice. So yes, it's not humans. It's mice, but let's think about it when you give the omicron variant a mice. They have a very mild case of COVID, which means that that the reaction in mice is mirroring the reaction in humans.

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Race gap seen in US infant deaths after fertility treatment

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Race gap seen in US infant deaths after fertility treatment

"A race gap is seen in U.S. infant death after fertility treatment According to a large study of U.S. births published yesterday in the journal pediatrics black white disparities exist in fertility medicine and are reflected in life and death outcomes for babies It's the broadest look yet at racial gaps for women who use IVF and fertility drugs researchers found higher death rates for infants born to black women who used fertility treatment compared with white women infant deaths are rare reasons for poor outcomes unclear Black women who used fertility treatments may not be getting the highest quality care during pregnancy and after childbirth according to doctor Michael Thomas who will become the first black president of the American society for reproductive medicine next week I'm Julie Walker

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Bombshell Revelation of $1M Offer to Christopher Steele

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:45 min | Last month

Bombshell Revelation of $1M Offer to Christopher Steele

"Offer to Christopher Steele shows FBI misled Congress on Russia probe. Bombshell, that is not an adequate description for the news of a $1 million of your taxpayer funding being used for a smear campaign against the president. And I'm delighted that he can join us right now. He is the host of Justin news, not noise. John Solomon, welcome to America first. Good to be with you, Sam. So tell us what we learned yesterday in that court in Virginia in Alexandria as the trial of the Russian national. It's funny how the mainstream media says America based researcher. They don't tell you where he's from, but the fact that he's actually a Russian is so telling. So tell us about this truly, truly historic bombshell. Yeah, and let's keep in mind he's not only a Russian. He's a Russian that the FBI had a counterintelligence probe open up because they thought he was trying to buy secrets from the Obama administration. So he's a Russian citizen who the FBI had deep suspicions might be tied to Russian intelligence. And despite that, they bring danchenko on to the payroll after they already had Christopher Steele on the payroll. Two foreigners, they're using to build a case against an American president, both of them feeding what turned out to be disinformation to them. So the timetable is so important. It's one month before the 2016 election. The end of the 2016 presidential election. Christopher Steele is given the FBI the dossier according to Brian aten, the FBI analyst. Let's just fill in a little bit of color. Christmas deal. Former MI 6 intelligence officer

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Goldfish-Goldfish intro and wrap

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Goldfish-Goldfish intro and wrap

"Researchers are disputing the notion that goldfish are forgetful People who can't remember things have been described as having the memory of a goldfish What we can say is it is wrong Doctor Ed lait sibo a biologist at the University of Oxford says don't blame the goldfish She performed experiments They can learn how to discriminate between colors they have numerical abilities that means they can different shade between different numbers about 29 goldfish to travel along a tank with the walls covered with black and white stripes when they were swapped for narrower black and white bands the fish shortened the distance they swam But they use this change of contrast in the environments to estimate if they've traveled far or close They are more than just fish in a bowl I'm Ed Donahue

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Europe praises, Belarus scorns Nobel for rights defenders

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

Europe praises, Belarus scorns Nobel for rights defenders

"Officials in Europe have praised the awarding of this year's Nobel Peace Prize to activists standing up for human rights and democracy in Russia Belarus and Ukraine but authorities in Belarus are scorning the move Staff at the Ukrainian center for civil liberties expressed their joy after being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize Volodymyr sky are researcher there says the team have kept working during the period of turmoil in his country Against crimes crimes against humanity and against human rights violation in our country While Tatiana gluco from another of the free winners the memorial human rights defense center says she hopes the award has an effect on Russians It is important for the world it is important for people in Russia The act this all stressed the importance of democracy and human rights I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Danish PM: cannot rule out Nord Stream sabotage

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Danish PM: cannot rule out Nord Stream sabotage

"A series of unusual leaks on two natural gas pipelines running from Russia under the Baltic Sea to Germany has triggered concerns about sabotage Poland's prime minister has called the events an act of sabotage while Danish prime minister meta fredericksen says she could not rule it out after three leagues were detected over the past day on the Nord stream one and two pipelines And a researcher at the royal Danish defense college says when such a number of leagues on two pipelines happen within 24 hours its strange It is so strange that you get to wonder and ask yourself could this be sabotage Nielsen poses another question Could there be an advantage for Russia in trying to destabilize the European energy market even further I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Hurricane Ian gets nasty quickly, turbocharged by warm water

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Hurricane Ian gets nasty quickly, turbocharged by warm water

"Experts say hurricanes are being turbocharged by warmer at lytic waters I Norman hall Hurricane Ian grew to major status rapidly in experts say that's due to oceans partly heated up by climate change There have been 30 other Atlantic tropical storms since 2017 that became much more powerful and less than a day Colorado state university researcher Philip klotzbach says and also developed with rapid intensification which is a storm that intensifies by at least 35 mph in a 24 hour period A new yet to be published study in a peer reviewed journal shows that as hurricanes near the coast a danger point where people storms are intensifying more quickly than ever before I Norman hall

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Dick Morris Shares His Predictions for the 2022 Midterms

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | 2 months ago

Dick Morris Shares His Predictions for the 2022 Midterms

"Talking to our friend dick Morris. He has a new book out called the return Trump's big 2024 comeback. It's not mere wishful thinking. But before we get to 2024, of course, dick, we have to get through this year's election. What do you think is happening? Well, I think the Republicans are going to take the house and the scent. And I just done some research on the polling that's out there. In 2020, there was a constant in evident political bias in the polling in favor of Biden. And against Trump, in fact, the American association of survey research of survey researchers had a convention in 2021. And they adapted a statement saying that the polling in 2020 was the worst in 40 years. And that it had a 5 point average democratic bias in each poll, never pro Republican, but always provide and I think they're at it again. I just went to the poll numbers in Georgia, for example, where one of the polling firms Siena says that virtual workers losing by 6 points. But yet the sample that it's based on is one in which Democrats outnumber Republicans by 6 points. And in the election of 2018, Democrats and Republicans were even in the way they vote 50 50. So that poll is 6 point skewed in favor of the Democrats. And I found the same pattern in Ohio, skewing against Vance in favor. Advance in favor of Ryan. And in Wisconsin, skewing against the Republican Johnson in favor of the Democrat points. Needing the deliberately to hype fundraising for their side and knock it for the Republican side.

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How Chad Jackson Got Involved With 'Uncle Tom 2'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:56 min | 2 months ago

How Chad Jackson Got Involved With 'Uncle Tom 2'

"Back with Chad Jackson follow him right now on Twitter at Chad O Jackson. He is co producer, co writer for the amazing sequel to Larry elders, Uncle Tom, it's called Uncle Tom two. Chad, you were a kind of star, I think, very early on in the original movie. It focused on your story as a successful self made man in the entrepreneur who didn't see himself as a vector because of his skin color. How did you transition to being a co producer and co writer for the sequel? I'm curious. That's a great question. And just to kind of close out the last thought that I was making. So, Stokely Carmichael, he said, oh, sorry, no, yes, yes. So let's go back to Stokely Carmichael, NAACP. Give us that historic nugget that most people have forgotten. Yeah, so Stokely Carmichael admitted in the 90s and we have video footage of this. In fact, it's an Uncle Tom two, where he said that he was part of that agenda to impress the term African hyphen American on the black folks and what he'd had in mind is if you think you are an American, you'll fight to preserve and to conserve capitalist America. However, if you know you're not an American, you'll fight to destroy America. And he was absolutely right. I mean, look at the riots, look at the fact that a lot of these egalitarian socialist programs that are being pushed in this country, they're using black people to do it. And it's unfortunate what's happening, but it was important to showcase that in the film, to your question about how I got involved in Uncle Tom two. As you mentioned, I was running my business here in Dallas, Texas, my business is still active. We're still going. We're still taking care of our customers. But I am a natural researcher. If something interests me, I'm going to obsess over. I'm going to dig deep into it and find out everything I can about it.

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TikTok search results riddled with misinformation: Report

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

TikTok search results riddled with misinformation: Report

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting researchers say TikTok search results are riddled with misinformation A research report published Wednesday says searches on the TikTok platform regularly steer users to misleading information According to NewsGuard in nearly one in 5 searches on TikTok the platform suggested videos that contained misinformation For example researchers say they found misinformation in searches for videos about mRNA vaccine the 2020 election the January 6th insurrection at the U.S. capitol climate change and Russia's invasion of Ukraine TikTok which is owned by Chinese company ByteDance trails only Google among the most popular domains in the world according to online performance and security company cloud fare In a statement TikTok said its community guidelines prohibit harmful misinformation I'm Mike Gracia

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One More Race Hoax

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:30 min | 2 months ago

One More Race Hoax

"I either said or wrote. Last year, in fact, I've done it quite a few times. I suspect that I believe that there are more race hoaxes. Of the N word spelled somewhere screamed out, nooses hanging to frighten and terrorize blacks. I think there are more hoaxes of that type at universities than there are actual racial racist events like that. I documented, I don't remember in my column that I wrote, I think I documented about it. It doesn't. Just that I know about. It's not a researcher on the matter. And PolitiFact judged it false, not pants on fire, just false. So I wrote a piece, the PolitiFact is the fact what proved it was the truth, probably means truth. PolitiFact is not interested in truth. It's interested in furthering the cause of leftism and truth is not a left wing value. It's as simple as that. It's not a left wing value. If it doesn't further the leftist cause, that is the question, not is it true?

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Steven Kirsch Discusses a Buried COVID Bombshell Out of Israel

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | 2 months ago

Steven Kirsch Discusses a Buried COVID Bombshell Out of Israel

"I'm going to play a piece of tape here and then you're going to tell us what we're listening to and walk our audience through it. Play cut 40 6 please. Here in this slide, the researchers present an example of how people described in their own words, new side effects, the example shown here is hypoesthesia. Half an hour after the first vaccination, my legs started to feel numb. This continued until the second vaccination, when the second vaccine was administered, the sensation also appeared in the hands, neck, and face in the numbness continues even these days. The symptom reappears every day. The research team repeatedly stresses that your study found a causal relationship of new and long-term side effects in the vaccine. Steve, who's talking there and what is the significance of that? So that's an independent journalist based in Israel. She used to work for the mainstream press. I think she worked at a career as a correspondent for over 20 years. And then she was fired because she started speaking out against the vaccines. And so now this is, this is what she does. So she got a copy of the recording of that meeting. And what she did is provided the English translation and also the commentary that you just heard. And the commentary that you just heard was patients basically, it's called re challenge and re challenge means that if you get the vaccine never had any neurological problems before, suddenly develop neurological problems.

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"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Listen to it the bursting so some of our thinking. I've get them burst if i do this. Because i'm so bad then. Old world received there. No one would want to see something or listen to something that are not good so just get out there and start to do it and set the plan and do something every week or something some small tting to just build up there. All some won't yard expert and you will get there like step by step. No it's them. Is this compound effect like from day. One to from week want to break to. There's the same progress that they have from week. Hundred or use high. You have two hundred episode nama and the two under a one is like it's girls the same percentage all of them but it looks much better stock with something on. Just keep on doing it on and don't think too much. Don't think like. I need to know so much. Just go and do it and you will get all the places out there like still too. Many people are taking too much. And they're thinking thinking through their life and they're thinking like i have so much to do but the problem is about wisha domino thing so you you're listening to this on your wants to start online business selling all militia online or you just want to get your first job at stock to do some we. They'll start to do something then. Just do it consistently start we up. That's bad he so if that's the only message together. I think that will be the best thing for this walled in start to do something and discontinue it. Yeah i i like the miss it and and you have the company or some Would you like to tell who is it. For and what would you do accept it. Yes oh So we are helping online enterpreneurs will have militias like you're you're talking about resources are personal trainers. That's to have two groups that we are working with and we help them with creating a product..

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"The hours you have and just continue to take one step one step and then take the next step fanatic. The next step on then tech nextstep. Sometimes something doesn't work just continue. It will work for you if you just continue. Don't give up. Yeah i agree. I think it's a it's a long game and it kind of builds up gradually. Like i think we publicist our two hundred episode in the podcast. And it's been kind of slowly slowly growing in now white many people know it So i agree that one. How would you. We have quite many early career. Researchers listening this. They might have done their go through decree and they are looking for a for a job they might off the doctrine decree they do the post-doctoral which is usually a couple of years. And then it's quite difficult to get the next position like assistant. Professorship how would you how would you leverage social media or podcast or something in your job sets how. How would you see that it can help finding a job. I think like In this we are now people are looking for how good you are to speak to those two oldest team. So if you're gonna start to have a podcast towel out something building up your knowledge sharing the loan which online i think that's a big benefits manar knob process of getting on job because providing something. Of course i'm coming from our place but we are when we are starting to employ people. Even you have a remote team. All over world when vr stub over first criteria. That need to send us a fineness lido. And if they don't send out there out like in the i of course we're working with us but that doesn't mean that all of our employees into make but we are doing everything online so if they don't can make a widow as they are out so also think about if you just start to train yourself to do more videos having a video in the in the in the city or in the when you're sending the job description or no Serbs are applying for the job when are sending out into them. If you just have either. I think it's a new show also fulfill what you're done. That's a big step to get in front of many of not doing that. So just thought could be even if you don't want to make online course. You can start to do that in social media on the we'll have a benefit that no one else said during and just do it is like if you go back and so i had a client for me. I was terrible in front of a camera for like seven eight years ago. I was terrible mistake. I was terrible listing. And i picked up some videos on youtube. I'm so embarrassed. When i see them today but i did it and that's why i'm here today because i did it. I was so even if you think that no one. No-one versus on me on the widow. Y- there is an..

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"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"I saw a research about using slides for example on youtube Facebook live on the other thing. People just get out from it. They want to see people. See things are happening so so you don't me that of course if you want to throw something can use a whiteboard in the background on do that. If you will to have some modal sorry can show up something but tried to do live like it's people don't like don't do it to to formal i again. That's that's mild wise for down the and also i see what we are gone away from before we had much more presentation thing we stock to do less and less presentation. We show more for south Your because some so many distractions for us when we are on social media so if something start to be boring just second is enough. Today's woke up to try to make engaging Like talking about something i always keep them there and let them see you and there's a good example. This one guy. I have few times ended up watching His his like older predeceased guy. And he's talking about covered numbers. Itin case is having like daily daily video or something he printed out the paper and then he has camera pointing down and he's making depend. He's making like notes to the paper and he's he's having like when he's talking he sewing his face and then he got the other camera which is marking on the paper. And i think the Examples that he has a big follower pace base now and what works for him he used to writing on paper so he's using paper and it works fine for youtube. So i think it's about finding your way which is comfortable for you and might very well work and and how. How would you see. Like i think researchers usually they have a full-time job. It's it's difficult to start doing something on the side. Maybe they have few hours per week..

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"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"When you are yourself some people that will be always some people liking and some people not liking. But when you yourself the certain people will will like it too like like your style and then it's easy because you don't need to pretend to be anything else than than yourself. How would you see the channels for for researchers. If they kind of just want to start to disseminate their knowledge what would be three suggestions for for channels would work best for researchers. Yeah i think for generating leads I'll say again. I think may be fate now. Youtube is the best one i will say like. You're running you about vatican yet More like specific. Because the reason i saying because youtube zogaj targeting you can target people will have really looked at wealthy are researching so we can get. You can show videos without marketing message to them. So i think like you to be a perfect darena. And i also said the i'm like i have a hate low relationship with facebook politicals. That closed my head count down many times on. Facebook is like They're always doing changes. But still that is a cheap way to get paid traffic win. It talk about that. And and of course you can also use linked. There is a lot of really specific groups linked in your can be a part of you can stock to share your knowledge in lincoln groups that are typically for research that you are in the field off and start to build on network there so i think that's the to replace. Replaces varietal start but for me. If i will resources start with you and those were basically kind of paid at ties mints in youtube or facebook. How about if researcher keeps their day job. They don't have any online online core so anything to sell yet. But where would you suggest them. Starting if they just want to disseminate their their knowledge people. I think Youtube like organic traffic starting to build a youtube channel will be the best home for receptions because there is like yeah yeah i will say youtube again but then on the organic not paid advertising so organic and starting to build their own youtube channel Again people can search for you. They can find the the they are interested in their topic. They will find you so Again youtube is still growing more and more are starting to use youtube like the the tv place are like there may get them finding information on radio so i think Youtuber yanic will be the best one for our resources. And how would you say you have a nice nice background in your studio. You have a kind of youtube studio there. How the reset. Sarah what do you need. Do you need more than a smartphone. How would you start with the with the youtube. So yeah i have the student i'll but for one year ago. I didn't tell that tonight. Been running my business in two thousand seventeen before basically Andy finn everything on macro on the made video Iphone.

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"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Find one or two places where you can start to build your oldest son build follower son and full of you and this is the thing is this is also important you can talk about. You can festered because this instagram people. Teaching things wrong based on what you're doing you can be frustrated with them but the thing is like this people want to hear you and you can't get the voice out there. Were sitting just home. You need to get out there in the world on this world. Is this online world if you like it or not. It's up to you but the truth this. We are more more social media. They are more more internet. So get your all. While i am voice author start to do something and islam a story for my life. I had i had a client. That didn't like that. That was teach or coaching from a beanbag. Because i'm quite light back. When i'm working like to just be myself and then i got. This should cancel the contract. And she didn't work with me. And i'm looking going in a t shirt all the time on like going corporate stat and i know people don't like it and that's okay but if people will like my like it more so i have this conversation or south. Africa lost a client because of the been back so i started to prompted like i am. I recall the beanbag coach. Because i have this funding a better round telling this story because go out there and be yourself like don't think about ohio needs to be so an hour geico. I need to look like a professional guy or a girl or something. Just be yourself because people will follow because yourself be at tempe. Go out there and talk like you're talking a friend. Don't be afraid if you're starting to rideau sort doing things on social media or just do it your own way and think about it. Took like talk with a friend. Don't try to be someone else. Don't try to be someone seen on instagram. That they don't like just yourself be the resources you are and show them. The research are shown them. You're pushing your way and shared people start full of you and the right people they were like your style. You don't need to be someone you don't mean to try to steal from others because serious Place for you and people need you and there's there. There.

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Physical Activity Researcher

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"I was going to be i interacted but someone just took my energy on. No i'm dead. I just want to resign dust. That's when they go out from the door and they feel this thing. So that's that's the problem. You're going to face in marketing. So he's all about to find this. This taylor situation very feel the most painting and that needs to be specific. Yeah and and usually reserved to stay. Quite narrowly focused. That's that's how the research is done nowadays. Most of the time. How would you say for the researchers who are doing more kind of basic research for example somebody studying one hormone or somebody. Studying asserted molecular. How can you. How can you polarized that. Who who would be interested on one molecule. I think there is some. There's many people interested to just learning. Maybe dad wanted to learn more about the budget. So we contract dunbar again. Need to find that problem. But if you feel like you know everything about about. Dan won't to go deeper. You want to know something that no one else i know. I think it's the same thing as there is. The duck could be more like a little bit like us talked about art historian and into interest for it. So we need to find. These people are interested to know more about this specific thing that they know about the but i promise it there people will buy it. Hundred percent. scher thera- people are buying it. If you just think about who are interested in in this Topic and also wanted to learn more about it would necessarily not our resources but there is some people out there want to know more and the jeff and disgruntled one woman from u. s. tinker. Podcast is called found my fitness. It's severi very police. Dick name but she's she's been studying molecular level things since he might have a podcast recording about c. vitamin which is like two hours long. And she's going all scientific studies that have found about cu vitamin and uncovered or or something and and see sexy very popular. I i was really surprised because for me that was even even being a scientist to matz of details like i could tell Overview but ceased very popular. So i think listeners who are thinking. They're thing is too too boring. Something maybe you can take the found. My fitness podcast. It's i really surprised towel That that one a yon also listen to her. But i also think there is something about having passion for something sharing a passion. He even if you think it's nerdy origins like a detailed thing. If you are passionate because.

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Physical Activity Researcher

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"We'll get teaching. This is starting to die. Started to talk about finding this this pain in some life that you so you need to have some pain there is so situation now they want to get out from and what you're talking. Well there's so many will have pain with sitting too much or having pain a back door or not knowing how they should walk or not knowing like to how they should take care of their day when they get older. Oldest team is people want to buy it via. We just won't buddy and we just have one house so it's oil. Everyone wants to be more healthy. And i think if it just pinpoint the program and then you can help them with that. I've will for sure interested in course like that. I want to be super fit. When i'm ninety four hundred dollars and if someone gets me we'll do now how i should say till i should walk. Harsh workout should train because the research on how it will process for me i will buy lots and earlier. We talked about that. It should be quite small niche detail. Like how small would you make for example. In this case that it's it's about physical activity would you say that. It's it's online courses for ninety year old to stay stay in good fitness when they hundred or how. How would you frame it again. I will not. I will frame it directly to a problem so of course it could be more ninety percent ninety years women. Men will have this problem than someone are sixty but again something that a daily activity. I took my example of going to a restaurant in having this date night but he could be. It could be for example how you can not. I will try to find like you'd example on it but let's say that some have grandchild and when the granola combing they want to play. And when you try to sit down on the floor you get so much pain in their backs so we can't do it so if you can have that problem like when you have ground shale you a child you can't play with them because you have some buck. Problem am a researcher. Gonna tell them how you can get this back problem away so because talked to play with their kids that could be a that could be someone. Nile grandkids could be someone ninety. Could be someone six. Stick to something fifty. I'm mean that specific situation where they feel the most painting and that's of course they won't play the grand kids so i'm not i think like don't think about h. Don't think about the geographical. Think about the situation that they feel the pain. And i and that's the niche is not like and of course if you if you have place where more ninety are people yet this problem than forty hours. It will be more ninety years for follow but think about the problem. They facing in their daily life and very it comes on also is not what they're talking about. Typically i am in the leadership coaches sunday like. I just want to help people to be buried the leader. And i said yeah but we'll just problem the have i because helping leash regular liked are responsible for team and the team are just sick. So how can help them to get more people at back. Virk that way and that's the situation you like. Why are my people. Secrets is wrong with this. People can do it. It could be like you're going into leadership meeting and you out from leadership meeting a totally out of energy like you feel like oh. I went into this leadership meeting with Recently with a plan..

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Physical Activity Researcher

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Researchers useful and relevant information that does not fit into formal content limited space of scientific publications and. Here's your host researcher. An entrepreneur ali ticket. So so how do you. How would you do if you are a researcher. How this is kind of thing worked for for researchers who don't really like physiotherapists assailing physiotherapy personal trainers are selling training. What would be the thing that researches would be offering online. It's the same thing. There's someone who you are researchers Some doctors information not other wants and is just to figure out want this. Most and widen momentum is up. it's not researcher. But i can. I can give you the best client story that we have from. The funny thing is like yesterday she wrote me. There's one year ago since she started to build her first funnel and she's She's teaching off. History is not research but maybe it can come about. How can they do so so so. This woman should have wrote a couple of books in norway about doctors story and And she also brought groups down to spain or italy where there's a lot of art on his story a group i'm telling like being more like a guide and And she's because of couva chicken do anything more out so she contact is true when she had the coal with me on. She both from us. She told her husband. I will use five year to pay back this investment. But i still won't do it because i want to try it and see i've known sold for one year time only norwich as solo in english market. I am married to marquette. Just all to this. This is not normal. So don't say like oh this is possible for me to Sold artistry story course online for one million euro from scratch involved in the air and so is like but there's so there's people will want to go back to. What is the problem. We you're researching something. What is the problem that other sitting with that you can help them it in hurting one of the thing and we started with. I don't think that's the main problem now. But it's like there's so many were. I are nam. For example on dinner with france and there's four people will know a lot about autism directing and the last one had no clue and they feel so embarrassed. People are willing to buy for not being personable. Don't understand it so that's also a way of selling so if it's resources or if it's something you know that other to do or they want to discuss it with other or you can give them some knowledge about something because that's what they're doing when our research the researching something on getting out. So i think it's so you can do the same. You can do all online course so we can also do A high ticket offer with our researcher and people.

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Physical Activity Researcher

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Yeah if i challenge you. Couldn't we say that nowadays especially when the dual career has become kind of quite influential scores. So the idea that athletes need to be combining school and sport at the same time so now it could be even more dominant idea that you are not allowed to be just an athlete but you also have to be a student that you need to get your education at the same time. So it's becoming another form. Dominant narrative telling you that you have to have at least these two identities a rate land you battle I cool the national anti-doping panel who are involved says who sit and hear cases of who have been found guilty of committing an anti-doping events and want to appeal that bam. And i remember a few years ago i sat on a hearing panel. And there's three qc and two former athletes who have had representative histories in this book career. So we sit as a three-person powell to hear the uk anti doping and the athletes defense. This particular athlete was at a really well known university in the uk. One of the best universities you who was on their talk team. In particular sports and this athlete the cohort that he was in was studying light in the library. And they all took a tablet so they wouldn't sleek so that they could get their assignment in at five o'clock in the morning and then this athlete got on a coach and went to a particular european sporting event and one inch and he was tested off. What's four years. He lost his scholarship to the university. He lost his place in particular sport. I won't go into specifics but he was doing what he was supposed to do. All of the learning on the sport. And i just felt just do the sports just to the spoke for now. Why push yourself so much in the education as well that you have to attain such a high standard in that you called win. I felt i felt that this athlete was under too much pressure to perform. Both of those things and i'm really uncomfortable by chance. The jewel career in theory sounds great but in practice. I think there's a lot of problems with it because exactly as your say we. We expect athletes to perform in both of these areas. Now yeah yeah. Those are the questions that i've been looking into as well. It seems to be especially with the young women who often really put effort into both of them so they want to be perfect in everything but they also want to have like active social life. And you know probably you cannot do everything at the same time up to you. know perfection. yeah. I think there's to sing it now. In the uk and of course children develop while at school but the narrative this in the newspapers and also and i've had some young people interviewed is my life is going to be ruined because i have been at school this last year. Now i did see hack today. We can learn in lots of different ways. There's the hidden curriculum and if everyone across the road is of school. It's a level playing field so we don't have to say will your disadvantage the have been voltages to being home with your family and going back to my life. My father would take him to school to found events. He couldn't necessarily have holidays during school times so he takes. I did i was it affected effect. I my education. Well done better in my agency exam but does not really match so we have to see. The live isn't justified education. It's about our relationships. It's about understanding the world and what we're doing. And so i feel everything is getting to submit and true and people allowed to grow develop in thomas best then i remember again. My brother say you'll probably late developer. And i've got no executive but it gave me a narrative it doesn't have to stop playing golf five. I can stop when. I was seventeen and lots of people said to me when i was starting at seventeen. Oh you're too old. You remember someone at the gulf of on that and say who do you think you. I can't pitch up and say going to become a professional golfer. That's not how it works. You go to be town. Id spotted at five and you go big on this particular pathway so can work that way but it can also work lots of different ways that were allowing enough experimentation a walk. I think for those of us that don't follow the gender the typical pathway. We defended public side so i was very creative player. I learned how to play shots. Because i taught

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Physical Activity Researcher

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Pm. Gmt and Another thing we started earlier this year. we started doing some polls twitter and we got some valuable feedback for example for how long the episodes should be what would be a good length and and that has helped us planning so we are Doing a few more on twitter. So that's something that we are working on as well. So that's so useful way for us to get some feet quicker feedback in terms of how we are doing. And and what you like and what you don't like so you can see those polls in in our twitter and besides those polls just please get in touch with us whenever you have some ideas for themes we have a few suggestions for themes and topics for next year and we are working on making them come true but we always welcome more more ideas and and comment. yeah and s. Nora was telling you about the publication schedule and about episodes episodes piling up. I think this is a good place to apologize for some of the guests. I have quite a bit of away. Publising the episodes. I haven't had signed to eighty them so apologies for the delay. I hope to find time now to edit them and get them out in the beginning of new year and like norris it before we really encourage you to get in touch so any feedback. Any suggestions are very welcome and it would help us quite a bit if you subscribe for this podcast in your favorite podcast app. So then you see when the new episodes are out. So i think that's the end of this episode so thanks for listening and have a good new year and stay tuned for the first episode of twenty twenty one. That will be out very soon. Thanks for joining us this week. On physical activity research through pawtucket. If you liked the show makes you never miss an episode by subscribing or follow the show on twitter. This podcast is made possible by listeners. Like you thank you for your point. If you found value in the show we would really appreciate rates in apple podcast. Which ever apple use or if you put in a real old school way simply. Tell a friend about this show. It would be great help us. We have a fantastic lineup of guests forthcoming episodes so be search to thank you all for your support. Have a great day..

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Physical Activity Researcher

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Everyone lisa end of the year and bonus episode eight weeks. We reflect on the past year and reveal. Reveal some new things for the next year. But i would like to start saying thanks. For all the guests in the previous episodes. You make this podcast possible. So thank you for taking the time for the podcast. And i would also like to thank all the listeners. Yeah i would also like to thank all the listeners. You are the reason we are doing this. So we hope that the podcast has been able to share some new research new ideas and and also a little bit of speculations and things that you won't read the research papers and personally. I'd like to say that i also very much enjoyed hearing the stories behind the research. So how different people Started studying these topics. And what are their personal experiences when in relation to what they want to find out about more and yeah just to say quickly the meaningful sports series was something that was new in the pe researcher. Podcast this year. It has been running about four months now and we have received some very good feedback and We are very delighted to hear that it's been something that has been Resonating with with at least some of you listeners. And we are very grateful for old feedback and especially. I would like to thank All our twitter supporters and especially for the discussions and Conversation we've had around a theme so we certainly want to hear feedback and also critical questions and critical comments. That will help us all develop and and come up with better ideas and Especially in relation to the meaningful sports series. I would like to thank a few key. People who have been Sharing the conversations and and sharing the work and and Promoting this dialogue. So i would like to mention on sport. Dicuss craig spencer and and team at the meaningful physical education project soda lamp. That i certainly recommend you to follow all of these people on twitter and the fantastic work they are doing. I'd like to say. I very much enjoyed the conversations we've had around the themes of meaning meaningfulness of sport exercise and physical education in the past few months and yeah back to ali. Yeah so will continue with the meaningful sports series and previously. We have done few episode with our expert opinion and in two thousand twenty one. We plan to perform at on the expert opinion. And if you haven't checked out the basic idea is that we ask one question from many experts and then we combine the two gether and we'd like to hear what kind of questions you would like to ask from from the experts so really looking forward for your feedback with that and we will also have new serious which will be psychology of physical activity. It will be led by new host on our roads and she's from australia and she will be focusing on physical activity mainly from Perspective in terms of theories so really looking forward for that that new serious and we have been all thinking and brainstorming about new new. Serious noriega till more about those. Yeah one of the things. We are now Thinking often and exploring ideas Looking at careers in in physical activity. Sport exercise Research so i mean we have one episode from this year with richard baton which will about mental health in phd students and early career researchers and and we know that doing a phd certainly not an easy task and we have some very alarming numbers in in relation to mental health issues that that many early career researchers are struggling with in their journey and we should certainly be aware that staying in academia is not the only option and most of the phd students. Actually don't work in the academia afterwards so we thought that can discussing these different Steps in your journey working in this field. What different you need to consider. If you want to say nicodemus if you don't want to stay in academia thinking of pathways and and reflecting on on journeys and also hearing from Those who have made an academic career. What are the key things that they are Thinking of what turning points. What are the things that you need to figure out in in your in your academic career and also broader work life balance and all these things that are sometimes challenging for four people working in this field. So this is something. We are thinking of starting a series on on careers. And we would love to hear your feedback. Whether that's interesting for you and what kind of things you would like to be discussed it in that series. Yeah so new serious coming for defense serious but we are also open for suggestions from you. What would be good serious would be good guests and we are even open for new host if you want to host lis lis. Send emails to ask the. Let's discuss of this possibility. And now also we have had just meaningful sport and then the kind of physical activity research saran. It's been quite many many episodes so maybe we look to make them under some serious that they will be more structure already in our youtube channel. We are creating different lists of the episode. So it's a little bit easier to find different themes and we are also looking to populous in new website where the episodes would be would be classified within different themes and and also. It's quite a bit of things to do hosting the podcast youtube in different podcast applications. So if you liked the show and you would like to help. We are looking for intern. It could be many kinds of tasks we deflects polls schedule so please be in contact. If you are interested on internship possibilities yeah and then moving to the new year twenty twenty one is almost here and our publication schedule for episodes for next year We decided we'll have a juice. Stay at ten. Am and friday. Ten am which are the standard times they are both gmt when we have a new episode out and in times when we have more material a little bit more piled up than we will have an extra episode which will be sundays at two.

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Physical Activity Researcher

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"He can't help but being energized by an often listening to his work on the last paper on relativist approach was also involved Carry magazine similar has been has been very very important very highly regarded Remember the last paper. I read from hers was around That discourse analysis of How organizations related to the nfl responded to donald trump's Don't response to the to the kalinka compaq Racial discrimination protests in the. Us on really really important topic and an expertly kind of expanding research as well So we certainly have a huge amount respect for the the the office of presenting that relativist approach so but we wants to retry on evaluate. What was being said in this relativist approach we're gonna to. I think we can kind of unpack the the arguments as they all Depersonalized them a little bit on separate them so in terms of what. What did we see as the issues. We see is copeland's I think in general way of stating that would be the general basis is the the scientistic caricatural of validity and scientism. Is the idea that you can reach some sort of objective. Truth okay some single version of reality in your aiming to get to To to true statements and that is been highly contested in qualitative research because of the pandemic approach. That we that we've that we've talked about because an impossible task so there are so many different interpretations. Not you simply simply a worthwhile tom anymore. Unusually what is presented and this. This isn't necessarily the office in the papers. But if you look birtherism more. Broadly quantitative with some time say the At say the example off at a table be in front of. You wouldn't tables in front of you seems to be like a wooden table but if you choose to sits on it then does it become a chat also if you pick it up and throw at someone. Does it become a weapon to a small insect. It might not be table a toll. It might be something to climb up onto something to to to rest on so to depending on the perspective that you're taking and depending on the The the observe israeli breaks down the idea that that table can actually be one thing. So that's the starting position On that because of that ends up totally rejecting the idea of the scientific idea of this objective version of truth but what we began to really grapple with is Seeing that is essentially another end of an extreme case going from one version of of scientific objective idea of maybe a correspondence theory of truth. All the way to a ready to the nation of truth where you can't make any statements which are outside of the observer. Outside of the interpreter. There are so many infinite on different interpretations. Boys what the world is like that. You actually lose oldie The scaffolding which allows one interpretation to be better than another. So this is in the paper. We refer to this as the anything goes. Problem is something which we looked carefully at it in the welcome relativism in coordinative research and and really found it difficult to To to understand how to avoid the idea that anything goes okay. So any anything goes by that. What we mean is old. interpretations are equally valid. Okay so if If you're looking at a sitting on a mutt then someone else If one person says the sitting on the map on someone else's the the guy is not sitting on the how are you adjudicating between which one of those is right how you ruling out one of those perspectives over another because it unless you have some idea that that that that the old interpretations are equally valid if you have a good reason for them then then you're not in a position to rule out..

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Physical Activity Researcher

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"That's respectful to deal the oath is i've been presenting it so i just kind of want a bit of a preamble to say that we don't have anything pus. Nate against the people who have Written about this topic and promoted relativist position so in the paper we we named the authors that that we focus on and we did that in order to to really try not to create a straw person. Argument really wanted to to look deeply at what was being said in to use the words that being said as they were presented a tried to look at what we see as problems Using using the woods that we used by the office But all always to say the other side. He doesn't have anything personal against these office. At toll we've For example we look at one of the papers comes from andrew sparks from nineteen ninety eight And anyone who's involved in in in cortex research in sports exercise and health whether it's psychology sociology. Pedagogy have will know Andrew spock's is work has been For a long time very well regarded. Well respected. i. I came his work through One of my lectures mosses level called kali. Steer and work on autobiographies together is really powerful. Stephanus i usually important scholar and then A long-term colleague it seems from from the publications. What with under sparks with brad smith onto a again similarly. You can't go go about learning anything in sport exercise on health without coming across the papers from brett smith and i regard brad. Smith is one of the figures the has really Marley inspired me But also give me The number of other earlier searches very generous. Amount of time to kind of help off thinking onto sa- pull appreciate and also promotes as well on his work around. Narrative typologies with people with spinal cord. Injuries are mbabane so fascinated by by by reading that work and also You know is one of those people who when you hear him speak old if he gives a lecture or talk..

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Physical Activity Researcher

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Wonder if nor would agree with example as a basic standpoint validity. I think well now paper. We would then talk about this. what you are describing us interpretive validity than we have undestood Our participants intentions and meanings I guess another quite simple example. I hoped it would be funny or some people. I what i had in the qualitative research conference was that you know we. We were living in the uk at the time and waiver of travelling around with our campervan. And sometimes you have a sign that this a week preach ahead of you and it has a certain number. It says that only like if you're behind goal is heavier than this than you shouldn't drive over the bridge and so when you are thinking about whether you should be driving over the bridge or not you want to be very confident that they engineers actually got it right that if if our camp of honest actually not that heavy. We want to be fairly feeling quite confident that okay safer us to drive over the bridge so that would be a valid assessment of how much debris can carry. And so then. I was kinda saying. Yeah well of course. We know two things different in human sciences. You know people are more complicated than the bridge and thinks highly contextual and complex and so forth. that's what we always talk about qualitative research then on the other hand is it. Is it really so different. If we think. For example of athlete mental health is not one very big topic and we think about an athlete who who is depressed and we are trying to figure out what kind of interventions might be the best interventions to help that athlete and we actually want to be s confident as possible that the intervention that we are choosing is gonna benefit that individual. and at least. It's not going to harm that individual and make their situation worse so in that way even if we know that human world is very complex we still.

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Physical Activity Researcher

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Useful and relevant information that does not pay into formal content limited space of scientific publications and. Here's your host researcher and entrepreneur. Ali ticket this episode continues to explorations of qualitative research methods that have been previously held in this podcast. Today we focus on the issues of validity in qualitative research qualitative researchers in sport. Exercise and physical activity have disagreed on. What are the best ways to address. Validity of qualitative research and even on whether valley is an appropriate concept for qualitative research. At all i will be discussing with. Dr nora wrong kind. From university of vascular and dr garrett wilshire from loughborough university who have populist paper together titled rethinking validity inequality sport and exercise psychology research based perspective. We will explore what they consider asked the main problems in how researchers have addressed validity. And what they think would be more promising way forward. Welcome nada garrett wonderful thank you so we have had some interesting episodes about qualitative reserves and in this episode we could go deeper into the lady of qualitative research. You have written a paper about it. Could you tell the story where the audience is. Paper came and how did you end up working together garrett. Would you like to start on this one. Yeah absolutely so defined already really interesting topic an answer. Kind of one of those issues is validity and reliability is one of those things that learn right at the start of learning about research methods. Isn't it back at your undergraduate degrees. Lots of conversations about Humber liability and is quite well established as good about the agreement on the reliability. In seems like it from quantitative research in qualitative research however much more contentious. It's really really one of those things which is highly debated of people reject. The idea is actually quite challenging to conceptually. Think about so within this context. I guess i guess you can think about you. Know what cortex trying to do is the topics of qualitative research..

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Physical Activity Researcher

06:04 min | 2 years ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Physical activity questionnaire ipaq the global physical activity questioner orange. Pack they inquire about physical activity that last for at least ten continues minutes because simply because that's what the previous recommendations where we were inquiring about now. This oldest instruments will have to being to be redesigned. perhaps it's not as simple as removing the ten minute bouts. Kweskin the from the questioner wants you chains question no you really. Ideally should really Tested in your target population. Make sure that people understand and does not change won't change other aspects of the people's responses and that could be quite challenging. That will guarantee. I got that will give headaches the people who work in Surveillance haven't mentioned surveillance. I would like to take the opportunity to highlight a number of other important functions that this physical activity guidelines have some functions at that perhaps are not as obvious. The physical activity center bahir recommendations are not merely advice. They are safe that important at a communication tool for as researchers to communicating physical activity messages to the members of the public healthcare professionals. They're important tool for healthcare professionals intern to communicate messages to their patients and Several other layers of communication. So there's no doubt about that. They're important communication tool out the advice. Level the physical activity prescription level. They form the Targets for physical activity campaigns. Typically this recommendations will become the the the contents olf future physical activity campaigns Future clinical prescription Programs running hospitals. And so they. The new guidelines have a big role in implementation Aswa so surveillance. Messaging and communication intervention implementation and fourth. Very important function is perhaps the most obvious on so what we did during the development of the guidelines purchase is we were reviewing scientific evidence using standard whol very robust protocol so then product this guidelines are also represent scientific consensus some quite robust and consensus both about what we know about physical activity and the health effects of physical activist central behavior and what we do not know and that's yet another very important function so this guidelines will tell us what is it that we need to understand better what areas of research we need to invest more so that we have better more complete more accurate and guidelines that are easier to communicate in twenty thirty when will we will hopefully have the next update of the who recommendations. Yes so they're very good points and and good that you open the critical function of these recommendations. I think many people can get miss out out some of those and an esa main main defense. You said that. They're the mini move. Bal rayson was changed that anything counts earlier. It costs ten minute minimum so they basically the threshold of meaning. Those is coming down. Hi it's dr. Auto pessoa co founder of fabian. Are happy to soon launch product. That will save a ton of your time. The new physical activity guidelines will be more and more based on device mission data. And this means that we need validates and easy to use tools to measure sedentary behavior and physical activity at escape for a researcher. This means a lot of work and effort on logistics on data analysis. We have been working hard at fee pm to make this process. Easier suits that meeting. Logistics and data upload processes and we are happy to soon announce a new product. That will do all this for you. So stay tuned. And meanwhile make sure you read the excellent papers around the updated physical activity guidelines. Thanks for joining us this week. On physical activity research through podcasts. If you liked the show makes you never miss an episode by subscribing to follow the show on twitter. This podcast is made possible by listeners. Like you thank you for your support. If you found value in this show we really appreciate rating apple. Podcast which ever after us or if you would in real olsten blais simply tell a friend about. The show would be great help for us. We have a fantastic lineup of guests forthcoming episodes. So be sure to thank you all for your support. Have a great day..

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"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"researcher" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"I'm honored to welcome our guest professor. takis come on us. Hello thanks very much for inviting me buck. It feels like a really long time since we had the i have been trying to do. Remember when it's really feels like six years but was perhaps six months ago. I think it was a little bit over one year. He was iran. Perhaps it is a different world is different work. Were over them. Yeah i i think last time it was your morning it was my midnight. Now it's it's my my early morning. So that's the. That's the difference here. So i want to discuss about the new recommendation. So congratulations for getting the new recommendations. All he was probably quite a bit of work behind the recommendation. Audi feel now that they are out mixture of feelings. All of them are very positive. I think there's there's an element of big element of joey and pride ambedkar proud defined product the final guidelines on each and every member of the development group. That everyone is really really proud. There is an element of relief as well avocados Admit that the guidelines the quite a bit of strain on my work schedule i was involved in many capacities so i was chairing. The guidelines development. Group was the odd of the physical activity recommendations in fact stations and they don't thought i was one of the details of the british. Germs was medicine special. You where the main guidelines as another nine papers would Concurrently when the guidelines were launched. So yeah there were times when Through this off my week at the guidelines and there were months were much like theme with work on the guidelines around temporal summer november. Twenty nine hundred when we were reviewing the screening david's so there's different payment of of relief but yeah very very proud. I'm very very proud of final committee. jason specialties. Hugh and i'm proud. Not only for personal reasons but i i strongly believe that they will have a positive impact large impact for Lead to tangible change the would strengthen the case for physical activity advocacy and hopefully the long term. They will lead to more people being physically active and getting closer to the goggle action plan on physical activity. Anything thirty targets. Yeah i believe the same. I think they are very good guidelines. And how was it working in the team creating these recommendations. How was the process. Was it easy to find consensus. Was there something that took more time to find. Find consensus within the within the croup yet thought so the process I phone We followed established. Whyy's thunders the who guidelines built on bupe who sandoz for evaluating in grading the evidence and the total the guidelines development group who comprise approximately upper thirties for people at so. We hit the first meeting in geneva in july. Twenty thousand. Nine hundred was around the discussions were mostly consumed on trying to identify the population expository intervention Competitor in outcome the pico. Sequence that the listeners. familiar with and we also Decided about what outcomes would be considered with as creepy come which outcomes would be considered as important and which outcomes we love be considered so it was preparing the june july twenty nine hundred meeting in geneva. Prepare the ground for all the work that followed the from that point on. And as you pointed out the guidelines were based on consensus all guidelines based on consensus and The discussion of the evidence. We reviewed between august nineteen and february defending the place also in geneva in early february and I'm very very happy. Very glad that the there was no need to vote on any of the guidelines so consensus was reached on each and every recommendation of course some recommendations. Do the discussion to longer than this. There were some quite straightforward somewhere slightly more complicated for various reasons another very important wolf development processes that i should let you listeners Noise that we saw not much point in reviewing evidence that was reviewed by the physical activity guidelines for americans committee. And they're as as perhaps snow. This is an extremely regal's americans following extremely rigorous process over a couple of years involving some hundred scientists and technical personnel and we made use of these reviews so effectively the having we use. I was twenty sixteen. Twenty nineteen and We concentrated on reviews so the committee Guidelines group reviewed only reviews not original stands originally formed Discussions in february twenty twenty but strictly speaking the loves bustle enjoy. The theory was obvious reviews and of the last three games so so a lot of lot of reviewing papers and using the a csm and canadian guidelines for the for the adults and.

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