PhD Courses: Oslo Summer School in Comparative Social Science Studies 2013

The Oslo Summer School in Comparative Social Science Studies provides several PhD research courses that aim to cover all of the academic disciplines within the social sciences.         OSLO SUMMER SCHOOL PHD COURSES 2013:

22 July – 26 July 2013:

01: Case Study Research Methods, Professor Andrew Bennett, Georgetown University, Washington, USA.

02: The Anthropology of Money, Professor Jane Guyer, Johns Hopkins University, USA.

03: Researching Learning in Formal and Informal Settings, Professor Anne Edwards, University of Oxford, UK.

04: Using Spatial Data in the Social Sciences: An Applied Survey, Professor Roger Bivand, NHH, Norwegian School of Economics, Norway.

05: Regulation and the Regulatory State: Comparative Perspectives, Professor Martin Lodge, LSE, UK.

06: Environment, Knowledge and Society in an Age of Global Uncertainty, Professor Steven Yearley, University of Edinburgh, UK.
29 July – 2 August 2013:

07: Culture and Social Power, Professor Wendy Griswold, Northwestern

University, USA and Professor Fredrik Engelstad, University of Oslo, Norway.

08: Political Psychology: Citizen Behaviors and Opinions, Professor
Patrick Fournier, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

09: Positive Psychology and the Challenge of Diversity in Well-being
Promotion, Professor Antonella Delle Fave, University of Milan, Italy

10: Innovation, Human Capabilities and Democracy: Towards an Enabling
Welfare State, Professor Reijo Miettinen, University of Helsinki, Finland.
FURTHER INFORMATION AND ONLINE APPLICATION FORM:
http://www.sv.uio.no/oss/index.html

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