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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Diversity and Social Conflict

WS 2013/14

 

Hier finden Sie eine Übersicht über das Lehrangebot:
Das Wintersemester beginnt am 14.10.2013 und endet am 15.02.2014


 

Vorlesung für BA: Familie, Sozialisation und Bevölkerungsentwicklung

Donnerstag 10:00 -12:00 (wöchentlich) Rau 207, Dorotheenstraße 26 (DOR 26

Dozentin: Prof. Dr. Gökçe Yurdakul

 

Grundkurs Familie, Sozialisation und Bevölkerungsentwicklung

Montag, 10:00 – 12:00, Raum 004, Universitätsstraße 3b (UNI 3b)

Dozentin: Sophie Olbirch

 

Dienstag, 08:30 – 10:00, Raum 003, Universitätsstraße 3b (UNI 3b)

Dozentin: Prof. Dr. Gökçe Yurdakul

 

Donnerstag, 12:00 – 14:00, Raum 003, Universitätsstraße 3b (UNI 3b)

Dozentin: Sophie Olbirch

 

Donnerstag, 12:00 – 14:00, Raum 005, Universitätsstraße 3b (UNI 3b)

Dozentin: Pia Debuschewitz

 

Freitag, 14:00 – 16:00, Raum 002, Universitätsstraße 3b (UNI 3b)

Dozentin: Ines Iwen

 

Colloquium: Memory, Civil Society and Diversity

Do.

09:00 bis 13:00

(vierwöchentlich)

 

Raum 310, Ziegelstraße 13 c

Dozenten: Prof. Dr. Gökce Yurdakul, Dr. Irit Dekel, PhD Bernhard Forchtner

 

Lektürekurs für MA:   Racism and Anti-racism

Di.

10:00 bis 12:00

(wöchentlich)

 

Raum 003, Universitätsstraße 3b

Dozentin: Prof. Dr. Gökce Yurdakul

 

Colloquium: Research Colloquium: Migration Research (biweekly)

Dozentin: Prof. Dr. Gökce Yurdakul

Ort, Zeit: tba.

 

Migration and Integration in Comparative Perspective

The first part of the seminar is concerned with mechanisms of migration flows and migration control. Special attention will be paid to the methodological challenges and possibilities that arise when researching migration patterns and policies in a comparative perspective. The focus of the second half of the seminar is on the integration of immigrants and their descendants in Western societies.

This seminar helps students to critically analyze and better understand the phenomenon of migration and integration. To that aim, the main theoretical approaches to integration are discussed. Furthermore, the seminar covers multiple dimensions, such as political integration (citizenship, voting and engagement) structural integration (labour market and education), and social integration (social contacts). Last, the seminar deals with differences between the first and the second-generation migrants.

The aim of this course is to give students the necessary knowledge and skills to become familiar with the state of the art in migration research. A crucial point is to sensitize them to differences and commonalities in theories and empirical applications in the field of migration studies. 

At the end of the seminar, students should have an idea what the main approaches to study migration and integration are, and how questions can be answered empirically. Furthermore, students should be able to critically discuss both existing and prospective studies on migration and integration, thus combining theoretical and empirical knowledge with argumentation skills.

Dozent: Dr. phil. Bram Lancee

montags: 16:00 - 18:00 Uhr

Raum 004, UNI 3b