PARADIGMS, THEORY, AND RESEARCH
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PARADIGMS, THEORY, AND RESEARCH

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2 PARADIGMS, THEORY, AND RESEARCH What You'll Learn in This Chapter Here we'll examine some of the theoretical points of view that structure social scientific inquiry. This lays the groundwork for understanding the specific research techniques discussed throughout the rest of the book. Jo hn -C la ud e Le Je un e
  • point of view that people
  • paradigms
  • such things
  • social life
  • paradigm
  • society
  • world
  • knowledge
  • theory
  • research

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EÖTVÖS LORÁND UNIVERSITY RECTOR’S OFFICEDEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION AND MOBILITY The Doctorate in Cultural and Global Criminology (DCGC) Application deadline:16 January 2012, 23.59pm GMTTheDoctorate in Cultural and Global Criminology (DCGC)is a 3-year interdisciplinary, collaborative PhD-programme which combines the expertise and strengths of four universities with established reputations in the field: the University of Kent, Eötvös Lorand University (ELTE, Budapest, Hungary), the University of Hamburg (Germany), and Utrecht University (Netherlands). European criminology has been based either within the social sciences or in law, DCGC combines their best aspects in structured, inter-disciplinary, and international doctoral training programme. DCGC offers the opportunity for international criminological research about the problems and issues faced by civil society and the public sector. The innovativelystructured program is staffed with excellent academics and provides research students with the best fitting mobility pathways in their research in one of the following themes: -Crime, Media, Culture, -Criminal Justice Policy, Social Change and Exclusion, -Globalization, Transnational Crime and Control, -Human Rights and International Security. Two categories of scholarship are available: one for European (monthly allowance and contribution to the participation costs) and another one for non-European students (monthly allowance, contribution to travel, installation and to the Master Course participation costs). For further information about application procedure, tuition fee and details of the programme, please visit the website of the university (http://www.elte.hu/en/doctoral_programmes/law) or that of the programme (http://www.dcgc.eu). All applicants will be notified by email whether they have been selected for interview or not within two days of 3rd February 2012. The interview will take place on 8th and 9th February 2012 (UK time zone). Candidates will need to ensure their availability for a skype or equivalent interview on this day. Ethnic and Minority Studies Master Programme Application deadline31 December 2011 (later application may be accepted)At last, but not least, ELTE offers theEthnic and Minority Studies Master Programmedealing with minority issues and ethnic diversity in the region of Eastern and Central Europe with regard to the integration process of the countries of the region into the international community of the European Union. (+36-1) 411-6543, Fax: (+36-1) 411-6538, E-mail:iro@elte.huwww.elte.hu/en;www.elte.hu/de;www.elte.hu/cnSzerb u. 21-23., Budapest, 1056 HungaryPlease refer to the registration number above.
EÖTVÖS LORÁND UNIVERSITY RECTOR’S OFFICEDEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION AND MOBILITY The ELTE-UNESCO 2-year-long master programme offers a systematic study of inter-ethnic relations, minority problems, and processes in post-communist societies within a comparative perspective. Moreover, it provides background knowledge behind major trends in economy, politics, society, social policy, social geography, and social psychology of the countries in the region. Extra-curricular activities have been designed to place students in various internships where they become acquainted with real-life minority situations, to offer field-trips for more direct experiences, and to introduce students to an active research culture in a supportive framework. For further information about application procedure, tuition fee and details of the programme, please visit the website of the university (http://www.elte.hu/en/doctoral_programmes/law) or that of the faculty (http://www.tatk.elte.hu/studies-english-1090/degree-programmes-in-english-english-1095/1813-elte-unesco-minority-studies-master-program). Please forward this e-mail to your students who may be interested in the above mentionned degree programmes and scholarship opportunities.
(+36-1) 411-6543, Fax: (+36-1) 411-6538, E-mail:iro@elte.huwww.elte.hu/en;www.elte.hu/de;www.elte.hu/cnSzerb u. 21-23., Budapest, 1056 HungaryPlease refer to the registration number above.