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Global Migration Seminar: Putting oneself in the other's shoes

Research profile seminar

Putting oneself in the other's shoes: Trust and difference in the relationship between civil servants and residents in a socioeconomically marginalized area.

Stina Hansson will present her research project on trust between residents and the public administration in Angered, Göteborg.

Based on material from a two year stay as in-house researcher in Angered, Hansson explores a relational conception of trust as a way to understand how trust and difference plays out in the relationship between residents and civil servants in a socioeconomically marginalized city district.

Stina Hansson holds a PhD in Peace and Development Research. Among her research interests are governance of public services, the role of civil servants, water politics, African states under construction/at work, development cooperation/intervention, postcolonial theory, governmentality, power and agency.

Lecturer: Stina Hansson, School of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg

Date: 10/2/2019

Time: 9:15 AM - 11:00 AM

Categories: Etnologi, Equal value & equal opportunities, Cooperation, Social Sciences , Interdisciplinary, Socialt arbete, Diversity

Organizer: Centre on Global Migration

Location: Annedalseminariet, Seminariegatan 1 A
Room 303

Contact person: Centre on Global Migration

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