theoretical perspectives on socio-cultural diversity, inclusion and education and its interaction with language, religion and social relations
methodologies of research into socio-cultural diversity, inclusion and education and its interaction with language, religion and social relations
ethical aspects of research into socio-cultural diversity, inclusion and education and its interaction with language, religion and social relations
Skills: By the end of the course, students will be able to:
present and discuss relevant theories related to cultural diversity, inclusion and education
explain the potential and limitations of different methodological perspectives and approaches
identify and deliberate about ethical dilemmas that arise from own research project
General competence: By the end of the course, the students will be able to:
understand and explain the role of theory, method and ethics in research projects in general
take part in scholarly conversation about these issues in advanced research settings
gain a broader interdisciplinary perspective on diversity, inclusion and education
This course focuses on the roles of theories, methods and ethical considerations in PhD research into issues of socio-cultural diversity and inclusion in education. It will also approach the interrelationship between these three aspects.
Dagmar Strohmeier, Simona Caravita, Julie Allan, Stein Erik Ohna, Øystein Lund Johannessen, Ove Bergersen, Hildegunn Fandrem, Geir Skeie
Required prerequisite knowledge
Eksamen / vurdering
Pass - Fail
Oral presentation of theories and methods relevant for their own PhD project.Poster presentation based on their own PhD project and with focus on aspects of cultural diversity, inclusion and education.5 credits with submitted poster
Attendance at the sessions
Attendance at the sessions is obligatory (at least 75%).
Stein Erik Solbø Ohna
Method of work
Lectures and seminars in the shape of 2 + 2 day meetings and an additional meeting with poster presentation. Much of the work is based on students sharing issues and texts from their own research project that may illustrate or discuss issues central to the course.
Required prerequisite knowledge equivalent for admission to the PhD program.
An evaluation form in accordance with the expectations in the UiS quality system will be made available to the candidates after the completion of the course. The course participants are encouraged to contribute to the course evaluation.
Contemporary perspectives on diversity, inclusion and education (DLV157)