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The doctoral programme in Social Sciences

Periods

Period I (29-Aug-2016 – 23-Oct-2016)
Period II (24-Oct-2016 – 16-Dec-2016)
Period III (9-Jan-2017 – 5-Mar-2017)
Period IV (6-Mar-2017 – 28-May-2017)
Period (29-Aug-2016 - 23-Oct-2016)
Doctoral Programme in Social Sciences [Period I]

Part A LECTURES

14.9. (12–16) Starting points, indexes and impacts (Atte Oksanen)

28.9. (12–16) Experiences, advices and narratives (guest speakers)

  • Dr. Nelli Hankonen (social psychology, quantitative studies)
  • Prof. Kirsi Juhila (social work, qualitative studies)
  • Dr. Ville Kivimäki (history)
  • Prof. Arto Laitinen or Dr. Antti Kauppinen (philosophy)

 

Part B IDEAS

12.10. (12–16). Participants represent their article ideas or abstracts.

Guaes commentator: Ville Kivimäki (history)

 

Part C SEMINAR

8.12. (10-16) & 9.12. (9-14)

Participants present their article drafts comments from fellow-students, teachers and international guests.

Guest commentators:

Prof. Luca Tateo (Aalborg University)

Prof. Sébastien Tutenges (Aarhus University)

Dr. Ville Kivimäki (University of Tampere)

Enrolment for University Studies
Enrolment time has expired
Teaching
14-Sep-2016 – 9-Dec-2016
Periods: I II
Language of instruction: English
Further information:

15–20 students are selected to the course.

Inaugural session of TAPRI Thematic Doctoral Seminar will take place on Monday 29 August 2016 from13h00 to 16h00.

UTA, Main Building, E-wing, Meeting room E 113b, Kalevantie 4, FI-33100 Tampere

Teaching
29-Aug-2016 – 15-May-2017
Periods: I II III IV
Language of instruction: English

The seminar offers the students a possibility to present their PhD proposals and chapters on their ongoing PhD project. 

14.9. (1-4 pm, Linna 5026): This seminar is built around doctor Marsha Henry’s (London School of Economics, Gender Institute) visit to the University of Tampere.

Marsha Henry: “Reimagining Peacekeeping: Gender, Race and Militarisation”

Élise Féron: “Post-structuralist Perspectives on Wartime Sexual Violence against Men”

Tarja Väyrynen: “Bringing Distant Warfare Home: War Veteran’s Body and Touch of War” 

28.9. (2-4 pm, Linna 6019) Requirements for PhD thesis (Tarja), Prince (PhD proposal) 

12.10. (10-12 am, PinniA, Paavo Koli -lecture hall) Professor Oliver Richmond’s seminar on international publishing 

12.10. (2-4 pm, Linna 6019) Professor Richmond’s visit to the doctorate seminar: Tiina and Angel 

13.10. (Thursday, 2-4 pm, Linna K103) Roundtable/lecture on critical theories, temporalities and new trends in Peace Research Oliver Richmond and Luc Reychel 

25.10. (Tuesday, 2-4 pm) COMPORE & SPARG joint seminar (more information will follow) 

23.11. (2-5 pm, Linna 6019) Mikko, Karim, Hossein 

14.12. (Linna, Linna 6017, 2-6pm) joint staff & PhD seminar, Helena’s research group

 

Teaching
14-Sep-2016 – 14-Dec-2016
Periods: I II III IV
Language of instruction: English
Period (24-Oct-2016 - 16-Dec-2016)
Doctoral Programme in Social Sciences [Period II]

Part A LECTURES

14.9. (12–16) Starting points, indexes and impacts (Atte Oksanen)

28.9. (12–16) Experiences, advices and narratives (guest speakers)

  • Dr. Nelli Hankonen (social psychology, quantitative studies)
  • Prof. Kirsi Juhila (social work, qualitative studies)
  • Dr. Ville Kivimäki (history)
  • Prof. Arto Laitinen or Dr. Antti Kauppinen (philosophy)

 

Part B IDEAS

12.10. (12–16). Participants represent their article ideas or abstracts.

Guaes commentator: Ville Kivimäki (history)

 

Part C SEMINAR

8.12. (10-16) & 9.12. (9-14)

Participants present their article drafts comments from fellow-students, teachers and international guests.

Guest commentators:

Prof. Luca Tateo (Aalborg University)

Prof. Sébastien Tutenges (Aarhus University)

Dr. Ville Kivimäki (University of Tampere)

Enrolment for University Studies
Enrolment time has expired
Teaching
14-Sep-2016 – 9-Dec-2016
Periods: I II
Language of instruction: English
Further information:

15–20 students are selected to the course.

General description

The lecture course provides social scientific perspectives on consumption from the fields of economic sociology, sociology and social psychology. The course is intended for both MA and PhD level students at the universities of Tampere, Turku and Jyväskylä.

 

Teachers:

Atte Oksanen (UTA)

Markus Kaakinen (UTA)

 

Lecturers:

Dr. Minna Autio (HU), Prof. Turo-Kimmo Lehtonen (UTA), Dr. Taru Lindblom (UTU), Prof. Atte Oksanen (UTA), Prof. Semi Purhonen (UTA), Prof. Olli Pyyhtinen (UTA), Dr. Mette Ranta (JYU), Prof. Pekka Räsänen (UTU) & Prof. Terhi-Anna Wilska (JYU)

 

19.10.  at 12–16,  Linna 5026–5027

Course opening: practical details (Atte Oksanen)

Pekka Räsänen: Consumption from the perspective of economic sociology

Taru Lindblom: Food consumption, status struggle and  economic inequality

 

26.10. at 12–16,  Linna Linna 5026–5027

Atte Oksanen: Debt problems and life-course transitions

Mette Ranta: Towards youth financial independence: Psychological and societal factors

 

2.11. at 12–16, Linna 4013

Minna Autio: Sustainability in consumption: goods, services and innovations

Semi Purhonen: Cultural stratification: Starting points and recent debates

 

9.11.  at 12–16, Linna 5026–5027

Terhi-Anna Wilska: Consumption, necessities and excess

Turo-Kimmo Lehtonen & Olli Pyyhtinen: Consumption and waste

 

 

Details

 

Lectures are in Tampere and available as videos for students of Jyväskylä and Turku Universities.

 

Requirements for 5 ECTS

1) Lecture diaries in English or in Finnish (max 300 words/lecture, in total 2400 words)

2) Essays (max 3000 words including a reference list). Each lecture will include additional reading package (i.e. scientific articles). At least 3 articles should be used in the essay.

DL 25.11 (lecture diaries) & 9.12. (essays)

Enrolment for University Studies
Enrolment time has expired
Teaching
19-Oct-2016 – 9-Nov-2016
Periods: II
Language of instruction: English
Further information:

Lectures are in Tampere and available as videos for students of Jyväskylä and Turku Universities. Enrollment by sending email to markus.kaakinen@uta.fi

Inaugural session of TAPRI Thematic Doctoral Seminar will take place on Monday 29 August 2016 from13h00 to 16h00.

UTA, Main Building, E-wing, Meeting room E 113b, Kalevantie 4, FI-33100 Tampere

Teaching
29-Aug-2016 – 15-May-2017
Periods: I II III IV
Language of instruction: English

The seminar offers the students a possibility to present their PhD proposals and chapters on their ongoing PhD project. 

14.9. (1-4 pm, Linna 5026): This seminar is built around doctor Marsha Henry’s (London School of Economics, Gender Institute) visit to the University of Tampere.

Marsha Henry: “Reimagining Peacekeeping: Gender, Race and Militarisation”

Élise Féron: “Post-structuralist Perspectives on Wartime Sexual Violence against Men”

Tarja Väyrynen: “Bringing Distant Warfare Home: War Veteran’s Body and Touch of War” 

28.9. (2-4 pm, Linna 6019) Requirements for PhD thesis (Tarja), Prince (PhD proposal) 

12.10. (10-12 am, PinniA, Paavo Koli -lecture hall) Professor Oliver Richmond’s seminar on international publishing 

12.10. (2-4 pm, Linna 6019) Professor Richmond’s visit to the doctorate seminar: Tiina and Angel 

13.10. (Thursday, 2-4 pm, Linna K103) Roundtable/lecture on critical theories, temporalities and new trends in Peace Research Oliver Richmond and Luc Reychel 

25.10. (Tuesday, 2-4 pm) COMPORE & SPARG joint seminar (more information will follow) 

23.11. (2-5 pm, Linna 6019) Mikko, Karim, Hossein 

14.12. (Linna, Linna 6017, 2-6pm) joint staff & PhD seminar, Helena’s research group

 

Teaching
14-Sep-2016 – 14-Dec-2016
Periods: I II III IV
Language of instruction: English
Period (9-Jan-2017 - 5-Mar-2017)
Doctoral Programme in Social Sciences [Period III]

Inaugural session of TAPRI Thematic Doctoral Seminar will take place on Monday 29 August 2016 from13h00 to 16h00.

UTA, Main Building, E-wing, Meeting room E 113b, Kalevantie 4, FI-33100 Tampere

Teaching
29-Aug-2016 – 15-May-2017
Periods: I II III IV
Language of instruction: English

The seminar offers the students a possibility to present their PhD proposals and chapters on their ongoing PhD project. 

14.9. (1-4 pm, Linna 5026): This seminar is built around doctor Marsha Henry’s (London School of Economics, Gender Institute) visit to the University of Tampere.

Marsha Henry: “Reimagining Peacekeeping: Gender, Race and Militarisation”

Élise Féron: “Post-structuralist Perspectives on Wartime Sexual Violence against Men”

Tarja Väyrynen: “Bringing Distant Warfare Home: War Veteran’s Body and Touch of War” 

28.9. (2-4 pm, Linna 6019) Requirements for PhD thesis (Tarja), Prince (PhD proposal) 

12.10. (10-12 am, PinniA, Paavo Koli -lecture hall) Professor Oliver Richmond’s seminar on international publishing 

12.10. (2-4 pm, Linna 6019) Professor Richmond’s visit to the doctorate seminar: Tiina and Angel 

13.10. (Thursday, 2-4 pm, Linna K103) Roundtable/lecture on critical theories, temporalities and new trends in Peace Research Oliver Richmond and Luc Reychel 

25.10. (Tuesday, 2-4 pm) COMPORE & SPARG joint seminar (more information will follow) 

23.11. (2-5 pm, Linna 6019) Mikko, Karim, Hossein 

14.12. (Linna, Linna 6017, 2-6pm) joint staff & PhD seminar, Helena’s research group

 

Teaching
14-Sep-2016 – 14-Dec-2016
Periods: I II III IV
Language of instruction: English
Period (6-Mar-2017 - 28-May-2017)
Doctoral Programme in Social Sciences [Period IV]

Inaugural session of TAPRI Thematic Doctoral Seminar will take place on Monday 29 August 2016 from13h00 to 16h00.

UTA, Main Building, E-wing, Meeting room E 113b, Kalevantie 4, FI-33100 Tampere

Teaching
29-Aug-2016 – 15-May-2017
Periods: I II III IV
Language of instruction: English

The seminar offers the students a possibility to present their PhD proposals and chapters on their ongoing PhD project. 

14.9. (1-4 pm, Linna 5026): This seminar is built around doctor Marsha Henry’s (London School of Economics, Gender Institute) visit to the University of Tampere.

Marsha Henry: “Reimagining Peacekeeping: Gender, Race and Militarisation”

Élise Féron: “Post-structuralist Perspectives on Wartime Sexual Violence against Men”

Tarja Väyrynen: “Bringing Distant Warfare Home: War Veteran’s Body and Touch of War” 

28.9. (2-4 pm, Linna 6019) Requirements for PhD thesis (Tarja), Prince (PhD proposal) 

12.10. (10-12 am, PinniA, Paavo Koli -lecture hall) Professor Oliver Richmond’s seminar on international publishing 

12.10. (2-4 pm, Linna 6019) Professor Richmond’s visit to the doctorate seminar: Tiina and Angel 

13.10. (Thursday, 2-4 pm, Linna K103) Roundtable/lecture on critical theories, temporalities and new trends in Peace Research Oliver Richmond and Luc Reychel 

25.10. (Tuesday, 2-4 pm) COMPORE & SPARG joint seminar (more information will follow) 

23.11. (2-5 pm, Linna 6019) Mikko, Karim, Hossein 

14.12. (Linna, Linna 6017, 2-6pm) joint staff & PhD seminar, Helena’s research group

 

Teaching
14-Sep-2016 – 14-Dec-2016
Periods: I II III IV
Language of instruction: English