Aktivitet: Tale eller præsentation › Foredrag og mundtlige bidrag
27 August 2008
12-13: Registration and sandwiches in the lecturing room.
13-13.30: Introduction and presentation, Associate Professor Poul Bitsch Olsen
13.30-14.45: Interesting research questions and the role of theory, Associate Professor John Howells, ASB
15.00-16.30: Research questions and the philosophy of science and its implications for your choice of method, Associate Professor Poul Bitsch Olsen, RUC
Fuglsang, Lars and Olsen, PB eds., (2005) 'Videnskabstheori I Samfundsvidenskaberne,' København, RUC's Forlag
16.30-17.30: Seminar on research questions and their relation to a field of knowledge and method.
28 AUGUST 2008
9.15–10.45: The literature review and the process of writing the dissertation, Associate Professor Lars Fuglsang, RUC
11.00-12.30: Student presentations 1: Choice of research question related to theoretical background
13.30- 15.30: Research work as practical activity: what can one accomplish and achieve in a PhD thesis? Professor Keijo Räsänen, Helsinki School of Economics
16.00–18.00: Student presentations 2: Choice of method and how related to research question
19.00-20.30: Joint Dinner at Hotel Prindsen, Roskilde
29 August 2008
09.15-10.30: Workshop 1: Research communication and publication and the PhD thesis - monography vs. anthology and other issues: Mercy Kamara, PhD, CBIT, Roskilde University.
11.00-12.00: Workshop 2: The Discipline of Dissertation Writing (i.e. habits ex. allocating fixed writing times, filing systems, of eliminating unnecessary personal relationships (see Sternberg!)). Networks and the scientific community - value and challenge. Associate Professors Poul Bitsch Olsen and John Howells.
Butler, G. and Hope, T. (1995) Manage your mind: the mental fitness guide. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
12.00- 12.30: Evaluation
12.30-13.30: Lunch and departure
27 aug. 2008 → 29 aug. 2008
The Research Process and how to get a PHD out of it: Introduction course for PHD students