The programme contains the following compulsory and elective modules, whose successful completion will be certified and graded:. The suggested scheduling can be found in the Study Course Plan. The lecture introduces the subject's central terminology and concepts and characterises sociology's objectives, based on an introduction to theoretical considerations. Furthermore, it provides first experiences with the processes of sociological theory construction and interpretation. Also, it elaborates the genuinely sociological aspects surrounding the subject's views and interpretations.
The lecture is offered each winter semester. The seminars introduce central sociological problems on the basis of original reading, e. The subjects offered in the seminars in this module vary from semester to semester. This module provides knowledge about demographic development, household and family structures and social inequality. The latter focuses on the fields of education, employment, careers, income and prosperity development. Besides examining the current social structure, there are also international and intertemporal comparisons.
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The lecture and the tutorial are offered each winter semester. This module introduces major sociological theories. Their prerequisites are discussed by looking at history of science, social history and biographical aspects.
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Their core principles are reconstructed and their theoretical content is evaluated within comparative context. The focus lies on macrosociological approaches that apply to the emergence, the basic structure and the evolution of modern societies. The literature seminars focus exclusively on the work of one central sociological theoretist, e. The seminars aim to reconstruct the sociological program's line of argument, based on intensive and detailed reading of original literature. The subjects offered in the literature seminars vary from semester to semester.
This module covers statistic processes for analysing economic, political and social problems and developments, as well as competent knowledge in data analysis with the computer. The lecture and the corresponding exercise course examine the role of statistics in economic and social sciences. This includes methods of data gathering and standardisation, as well as frequency distribution, measures, coefficients of concentration, measures of correlation, indexes and simple linear regression.
In the tutorial, the basics of software supported data anaylsis with SAS will be practiced, including the necessary syntax for each step of complex data processing. This module focuses on three objectives: First, statistical basics for empirical social research. Second, the basics for software supported data processing, including the necessary syntax for each step of complex data processing. Third, the methods and procedures of data collection. These trends are discussed here by using examples from current research projects. Locating qualitative inquiry in the future is discussed between being pushed aside by citizen research and taking over some sub disciplines.
In the Second Edition of this textbook designed for new researchers, Uwe Flick takes readers through the process of producing a research project. The book gives readers the fundamental data collection and analysis skills that they need for their first project, as well as a good understanding of the research process as a whole.
It covers both quantitative and qualitative methods, and contains plenty of real-life examples from the author's own research. Opladen, Berlin, Toronto: Barbara Budrich. Beobachtung und Interview unterschieden. Flick a. Weiterhin bezieht sie sich auf die Kombination unterschiedlicher Datensorten jeweils vor dem Hintergrund der auf die Daten jeweils eingenommenen theoretischen Perspektiven. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp Verlag.
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Qualitative Research as Social Transformation. In Michael Murray Hrsg. Auflage, S. After distinguishing a basically observational approach to social transformation from a more active one that is intended to stimulate transformations, this chapter outlines the relevance of qualitative research for critical health psychology. First, some characteristics of qualitative research are discussed. Narrative approaches illness narratives, the narrative interview and the episodic interview and ethnography are discussed for their sensitivity for analysing social transformations.
This will be further discussed for examples of research focusing on social problems homelessness and chronic illness and the questions of how to make the approaches and findings fruitful for stimulating social transformations. At the end of the chapter, the question of when to use qualitative research or specific designs and methods and the problem of how to define and assess the quality of qualitative research will be discussed. I wonder if robots will take care of me when I am old: Positive aging representations of professionals working in health promotion services.
Journal of Health Psychology. How the social and institutional context is structured aild represented by its actors has an impact on positive aging representations. This qualitative study explores professionals' views on positive aging, how they promote positive aging in their practice and what disparities occur between their discourses and the actual practice of promoting positive aging. Interviews were conducted with professionals from different active aging promotion services and analyzed with thematic coding.
Findings show professionals hold negative views on aging while trying to promote positive views in their work, illustrating an existing theory-practice gap.
Strategies used in practice can be integrated in existing agency models and inform interventions and active aging policies. Is healthy ageing for all? The role of positive views on ageing in preparing for a healthy old age in a precarious context. The European Health Psychologist ehps , 17 , 2, S.
Demographic changes during the last decades constitute a challenge for ensuring better and not just longer lives for ageing individuals. Hence, preparation for old age and identification of psychosocial resources for ensuring a positive old age becomes a relevant issue for both research and intervention.
Recent Publication Flick U. Schnettler et al. Flick U. In Baur N. DOI: Migala, S. Qualitative Inquiry. Seidelsohn, K. An Introduction to Qualitative Research 6th ed. Qualitative Inquiry , Online First. Designing Qualitative Research.
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Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, Soziale Konflikte und Gruppenbezogene Menschenfeindlichkeit in aufgewerteten Stadtquartieren Quartiersforschung. Wiesbaden: Springer VS. Wegener Hrsg. Konstanz: UTB. Caillaud, S. Focus Groups in Triangulation Contexts. Morgan Eds.