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Doctoral Programme in Language Studies

Periods

Period I (31-Aug-2015 – 18-Oct-2015)
Period II (19-Oct-2015 – 20-Dec-2015)
Period III (11-Jan-2016 – 6-Mar-2016)
Period IV (7-Mar-2016 – 29-May-2016)
Period (31-Aug-2015 - 18-Oct-2015)
Doctoral Studies [Period I]

For five terms, the student will regularly partake in the doctoral programme’s research seminar, present their own research work there and comment on the work of others.

Teaching
1-Sep-2015 – 31-May-2016
Periods: I II III IV
Language of instruction: English

These studies may include joint doctoral studies offered by the university’s Doctoral School, studies completed in other universities, activities in academic organisations, publishing, teaching, taking part in conferences, and other academic activities as specified in the student’s personal study plan.

Teaching
1-Sep-2015 – 31-May-2016
Periods: I II III IV
Language of instruction: English
Period (19-Oct-2015 - 20-Dec-2015)
Doctoral Studies [Period II]

For five terms, the student will regularly partake in the doctoral programme’s research seminar, present their own research work there and comment on the work of others.

Teaching
1-Sep-2015 – 31-May-2016
Periods: I II III IV
Language of instruction: English

These studies may include joint doctoral studies offered by the university’s Doctoral School, studies completed in other universities, activities in academic organisations, publishing, teaching, taking part in conferences, and other academic activities as specified in the student’s personal study plan.

Teaching
1-Sep-2015 – 31-May-2016
Periods: I II III IV
Language of instruction: English
Period (11-Jan-2016 - 6-Mar-2016)
Doctoral Studies [Period III]

For five terms, the student will regularly partake in the doctoral programme’s research seminar, present their own research work there and comment on the work of others.

Teaching
1-Sep-2015 – 31-May-2016
Periods: I II III IV
Language of instruction: English

These studies may include joint doctoral studies offered by the university’s Doctoral School, studies completed in other universities, activities in academic organisations, publishing, teaching, taking part in conferences, and other academic activities as specified in the student’s personal study plan.

Teaching
1-Sep-2015 – 31-May-2016
Periods: I II III IV
Language of instruction: English
Period (7-Mar-2016 - 29-May-2016)
Doctoral Studies [Period IV]

For five terms, the student will regularly partake in the doctoral programme’s research seminar, present their own research work there and comment on the work of others.

Teaching
1-Sep-2015 – 31-May-2016
Periods: I II III IV
Language of instruction: English

These studies may include joint doctoral studies offered by the university’s Doctoral School, studies completed in other universities, activities in academic organisations, publishing, teaching, taking part in conferences, and other academic activities as specified in the student’s personal study plan.

Teaching
1-Sep-2015 – 31-May-2016
Periods: I II III IV
Language of instruction: English

This course invites students in various stages of their doctoral thesis to think through, write and process the ethical questions and themes in their own ongoing research projects. It provides a compact knowledge package on ethical issues concerning the research design, data collection/field work and writing-up phases. The course consists of lectures, discussion & student presentations in class and assignments.

Learning outcomes: After the course, students will

- be better equipped to think about and deal with ethical issues at different phases of their research projects
- have skills to discuss and identify issues concerning the ethics both in relation to research participant and the academic community (treatment of participants, informed consent, data lifespan, publication and ethical reporting)
- have knowledge on the key guidelines concerning ethical conduct and know where to go for further information
- have practical tools and means for the writing-up of ethical question in the doctoral thesis.
- have access to an information package on ethics
- know the basic functions of Turnitin plagiarism checker programme

Course Schedule:

- lectures 15.3., 22.3., 5.4.2016 at 12-16
- workshop 12.4., 19.4. at 10-16

Place: Arvo A210, in Kauppi campus

Enrolment in NettiOpsu. At the maximum 20 students. Selection method is draw. Please check the selection result from NettiOpsu after the enrolment period.

Completion mode: Those accepted to the course are required to send in a pre-assignment (max one page A 4) through Moodle. Active participation is required. Every student will give a 15-20 minutes presentation in the workshop. Every student will write an 6-7 pages essay after the course.


THE PRE-ASSIGNMENT: Please include the following in short:
1)    Your name & discipline
2)    Your Research topic
3)    Potential ethical issues you have encountered or anticipated to encounter as part of your doctoral research and solutions you may already have in mind
4)    Any issues relating to research ethics you wish to be discussed during the course
5)    Please indicate if you are not willing to present some key ethical themes concerning your own doctoral work, otherwise it is presumed that you could present briefly during the course the ethical questions that you are facing during your research. There is a short (max. 3 page) writing task for those who don’t deliver a brief oral presentation during the course.

Enrolment for University Studies
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Teaching
15-Mar-2016 – 19-Apr-2016
Periods: IV
Language of instruction: English