Nettsider med emneord «Methodology»

Publisert 19. mai 2020 10:35

The University of Oslo (UiO) and the University of Agder (UiA) jointly offers this course.

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Credits: 10 ECTS

Publisert 27. feb. 2020 10:00

Gender in Academia and the Professions

Professor Mary Blair-Loy, University of California, San Diego 

Course dates: 29 June - 3 July 2020

Main disciplines: sociology, gender theory

Publisert 7. feb. 2020 14:54

Democratization and Autocratization in a Comparative Perspective

Professor Svend-Erik Skaaning, Aarhus University, Denmark

Course dates: 6 July - 10 July 2020

Main disciplines: Political Science, Sociology, Research Methodology

Course Credits: 8 ECTS

Limitation: 25 participants

Publisert 7. feb. 2020 14:49

Mixed and Merged Methods: Toward a Methodological Pluralism

Professor Dr. Giampietro Gobo, Department of Philosophy, University of Milan, Italy

Course dates: July 6 - July 10

Publisert 7. feb. 2020 14:18

Analytical Methods and Unruly Concepts

Professor Marisol de la Cadena, UC Davies, USA, and Professor Penny Harvey, University of Manchester, UK

Course dates: 6 July - 10 July 2020

Main disciplines: social anthropology, ethnography, research methodology

Publisert 16. jan. 2020 11:40
Publisert 22. feb. 2019 08:55

The University of Oslo (UiO) and the University of Agder (UiA) jointly offers this course.

Course website

Credits: 10 ECTS

Publisert 22. jan. 2019 15:53
Publisert 18. okt. 2018 13:26

Mixed and Merged Methods: Toward a Methodological Pluralism

Professor Dr. Giampietro Gobo, Department of Philosophy, University of Milan, Italy

Course dates: 29 July - 2 August 2019

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Publisert 1. sep. 2014 14:48

ARENA cooperates with the Centre for European Studies at Jagiellonian University in offering a postgraduate research track within the MA programme in European Studies in Kraków.

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Publisert 22. sep. 2010 14:01

On September 10 and 11, representatives for all the seven national teams of EUMARGINS met in London for a 2-days project meeting. The meeting was hosted by Professor Les Back and Dr. Shamser Sinha at Goldsmiths College in New Cross (South East London). In this meeting, in addition to the indoor sessions dealing with important methodological and analytical issues relevant for the forthcoming months, the researchers had a practical session in the streets of London, with aims of getting better at how a camera might visualize manifestations of inclusion and exclusion of young adult immigrants.

Publisert 22. sep. 2010 14:01

In the book entitled 'Metodene våre - Eksempler fra samfunnsvitenskapelig forskning' (published by Universitetsforlaget in 2010) EUMARGINS' project leader Katrine Fangen has written a chapter about the methodological framework of EUMARGINS. The chapter presents the methodology and gives practical examples from the research project, and as such sheds light upon important challenges and methodological dilemmas.

Publisert 22. sep. 2010 14:01

Migration into and within the Europe in the 21st century is best understood not just as a single event in a person’s life. Analysts need a perspective which identifies the complex set of socio-economic processes and phenomena which influence human mobility. The changing significance of national borders within an increasingly globalised world means that migration can no longer be understood merely by the application of analytical terms such as ‘push-pull’ factors. New typologies of migrant types are needed, as are theoretical approaches and methodologies which enable researchers to ‘capture’ the complex social realities of migration and integration.

Publisert 22. sep. 2010 14:01

EUMARGINS investigates experiences of young adult immigrants in seven urban-metropolitan areas in seven different European countries: Norway (Oslo), Sweden (Gothenburg), the United Kingdom (London), Italy (Genoa), France (Metz/Nancy), Spain (Barcelona) and Estonia (Tallinn). Briefly, the research project seeks to find out what it is that hinders inclusion of young adult immigrants in some European countries, and what it is that opens up for it.

The project lasts for 3 years; from October 2008 to October 2011.

Publisert 22. sep. 2010 14:01

In line with the projects’ methodological framework, an extensive secondary data collection and analysis will be conducted in the first phase of the project. The results of this first stage of the project will be published in a book that discusses the European conditions for inclusion and exclusion of young adult immigrants. Relevant contextual conditions within the seven countries will be identified, including the different political, juridical, historical, economic and social factors relevant for understanding the inclusion and exclusion of young adult immigrants. Collecting and analyzing prior research on migration, integration and youth is equally an important task of this phase, and finally the country specific information collection will set the ground for a cross-cutting analysis among all seven participant countries.

Publisert 21. sep. 2010 13:17
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Publisert 21. sep. 2010 10:03