408126 PR Research Project 2

summer semester 2024 | Last update: 17.04.2024 Place course on memo list
PR Research Project 2
PR 2
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Curr. 2021 § 5 (1) 13: Students acquire the ability to individually plan (research and study design, research hypoth-eses or heuristics, survey and evaluation procedure) and implement (data collection and eval-uation as well as result presentation) an empirical sociological research project as well as to relate theory, methodology and empirical research

Follow-up of the research project I in the WiSe 2023/24: The module conveys skills and abilities to conduct a qualitative study, from the development of a proper research question to the practical application and the writing of a research report. Thematically, the lecture focuses on change and new forms of work and employment. In the winter semester, students are introduced thematically, theoretically and methodologically. The emphasis lies on formulating a research question and practising qualitative methods. In the summer semester, the students apply their acquired knowledge in small groups with practical guidance.  

In the summer semester, students work in small groups to independently carry out a research project. This is accompanied by: Reading and practical exercises, presentations, group work. The results of the research groups are presented and finally documented in a research report.

In winter semester: Practical tasks, oral short presentation, writing of a research exposé
In summer semester: oral presentation and discussion, as well as writing of a research report

Will be announced in class.

successful completion of compulsory modules 4 and 5

see dates
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Date Time Location
Wed 2024-03-13
15.00 - 18.15 eLecture - online eLecture - online
Wed 2024-04-10
15.00 - 18.15 SR 2 (Sowi) SR 2 (Sowi) Barrier-free
Fri 2024-04-26
09.45 - 14.45 SR 6 (Sowi) SR 6 (Sowi) Barrier-free
Fri 2024-05-17
09.45 - 14.45 SR 6 (Sowi) SR 6 (Sowi) Barrier-free
Wed 2024-06-05
15.00 - 18.15 SR 2 (Sowi) SR 2 (Sowi) Barrier-free
Wed 2024-06-19
15.00 - 16.30 eLecture - online eLecture - online