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Teaching at the Chair of Comparative Cultural Studies and Qualitative Research (Sociology)

The courses of the Chair are designed as subject matter-oriented empirical analyses of sociological theories and methods. In addition to classical receptive forms of appropriation and discussion of texts, targeted forms of learning are stimulated which enable understanding through practice and experience. These may be smaller practical exercises, field research units or joint interpretation of data. If possible, courses at an advanced level of study are linked to ongoing research projects of the Chair, so that students not only gain insights into real research processes, but can also make their own research contributions. Research workshops and the Research Colloquium are of particular importance, as they provide students and doctoral candidates with professional guidance and mutual support for the realisation of their own research work.

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