11 July 2015
Beyond Income: Social Dimensions of Poverty and Participatory Methodologies of Investigation
This course serves as a forum for learning, discussion and continuing work on themes related to the study of the social dimensions of poverty in an international perspective. We achieve this aim in two steps. First, we place priority on the theoretical underpinnings of the work looking at social dimensions of poverty in comparative perspectives. Second, we link this material to participatory visual and narrative research methodologies, both to investigate the dimensions and to disseminate findings to the broader academic and policy-making community.
Master's and PhD students.
A completed Bachelor's Degree Diploma with a minimum of 80 ECTS-credits within social sciences and/or health sciences and an average of grade C (Norwegian grade standard) or equivalent is required.
10 ECTS course credits will be awarded upon successful participation in the full course, including submission of a digital film and analytic paper.
NOK 3000: All participants in the HiOA International Summer School pay a summer school fee of 3000 NOK.
This covers participation, arrival service, welcome packet, social program, excursions, the extracurricular Norwegian Life and Society course, and more.
NOK 3500: All participants in need of accommodation pay an accommodation fee of 3500 NOK.
The fee covers a private, furnished room, deposit, electricity and internet access.