Rethinking Classical and Modern Theory and Methodology: theorizing and method sensitivity in Social Science
August 28-September 1, 2017 in Beijing
Faculty: Christoph Houman Ellersgaard, CBS ,Liv Egholm, CBS Lars Bo Kaspersen, CBS, Norman Gabriel, Plymouth University, Yu ZHENG , Fudan University, Shiping TANG, Fudan University, Duncan Wigan, CBS.
Course coordinator: Lars Bo Kaspersen, DBP
The teaching style of the course is a mixture of lectures and student presentations. A large part of the course consists of dialogues in which students are expected to be active.
Learning Objectives (What can the students expect to learn from their participation):
The course will introduce a number of different perspectives on the art of theorizing. By confronting different (classical and modern) theories students will achieve knowledge and experience which will help them in their future academic careers in
terms of theorizing and developing more coherent theoretical frameworks. Following from this the students will learn that any theoretical framework facilitates and constrains the character of methods. They will learn when a theory is empirical sensitive and how theory and method is tied together.
Compendium for SDC-Social Science PhD course: PhD Compendium
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