This week there were two workshops as part of our qualification concept.
Each member of the second cohort presented the basic ideas of his/her research project as well as the current status of it.
How strategic should networking or publishing be?
With theoretical and methodological reflections as well as empirical approaches, the contributors Bernd Dollinger, Hanna Weinbach, Jennifer Buchna, Andreas Polutta, Jannis Albus and Selina Heppchen showed the different research potentials that an addressee-oriented consequence research can entail.
Subjectivation, participation, discourses, power: These and other central terms were discussed today in the colloquium regarding addresses research. For dealing with the central question of how addressees are involved in the constitution of […]
A research project should not only be well prepared in regard to its content. Legal and formal aspects must also be taken into account throughout the process. In the workshop today, the speakers […]
With this question Christoph Strünck (University of Siegen) concluded his speech in today’s Evening Lecture. The background for this question was his considerations on (individual) requirements and needs assessments within social services. A […]
We used the final colloquium of 2021 to do some detective work together. Therefore, we went into a digital Escape Room. In small groups, we entered the “detective’s office” with the aim of […]
Which factors influence the success of psychotherapy? What are the consequences of the documented results and assessments of professionals? Which consequences can be reconstructed dispositively in the field of “disability”? What assumptions of causality can be involved in research on consequences?
To inspire a conversation, we transferred the five central questions of the Research Training Group to our breakfast rituals.
Constructions of difference are constitutive for social services. This also includes social research. In our workshop we dealt with the question of how inequality is constructed in a scientific context. Prof. Dr. Isabell […]
Moritz Schumacher is planning a dissertation in the field of child and youth welfare and wants to explore the consequences of social services with an ethnographic approach.
As an educational scientist, Zoe Clark not only expands the view of the consequences of social services work to include the field of child and youth welfare. Her long-term research experience in the field of quantitative social research also ranges across national and international fields.
Despite the unusual circumstances that the year brought with it, the members of the Research Training Group were able to continue working constructively on the “Consequences of Social Services Work” in various interactive formats.
We are very pleased to welcome a new doctoral student.