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Introduction to research Ethics in Social Sciences

In the autumn semester of 2019, the Faculty of Social Sciences offers a new course in research ethics for doctoral students - Introduction to research Ethics in Social Sciences, 2.5 higher education credits (HEC). The language of instruction and the learning activities will be English. The course is now open for applications from doctoral students at the Faculty of Social Sciences and elsewhere. The course will run full time from October 7, 2019 to October 18, 2019.
 

The new course in research ethics is designed to help doctoral students achieve these learning outcomes by focusing on theoretical research ethics perspectives, applicable legislation and regulations, guidelines on ethics in social science research, and research misconduct. Learning activities will be related to students’ thesis work.
Among the teachers are research ethics experts, senior researchers, legal experts, and a head of a Social Science department.
 

Course leaders are: Mikaela Starke, Professor of Social Work, mikaela.starke@socwork.gu.se

Therése Skoog, Associate Professor of Psychology, therese.skoog@psy.gu.se
 

The course administrator is Lyudmyla Khrenova lyudmila.khrenova@socwork.gu.se Doctoral students should submit their applications to the course administrator. Applications should be submitted no later than 2019-09-16.
 

For more information, contact any of the course leaders or the course administrator.

Entry requirements: Admission to third-cycle studies and priority is given to (1) PhD students within the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Gothenburg and thereafter (2) PhD students at the University of Gothenburg

 

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