Current & upcoming courses

The courses are open to external PhD students unless stated otherwise and subject to availability of space. Participation is free of charge

The current and upcoming PhD courses will be announced on this web page. Please see course details for start dates, schedules, course literature and information on how to apply etc.

 

2019

Qualitative Methods for Social-Ecological Resilience Research, Beatrice Crona & Wijnand Boonstra, October - November, 5hp

The purpose of this course is to introduce doctoral students to field methods and qualitative data analysis, including such methods as unstructured interviews and observation. Students will become acquainted with the epistemology of qualitative approaches and with developing skills in all areas of qualitative methodology, through first-hand experience of using these methods to collect and analyze data on an appropriate topic.
Students will be expected to identify such a topic and research question early in the course (with the help o the instructor), and carrying out a qualitative research project over the duration of the course.

 

Stockholm Resilience Centre is a collaboration between Stockholm University and the Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences

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Stockholm University, Kräftriket 2B
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