- Bryman, A. (2015). Social Research Methods. Oxford: Oxford University Press (784 pages)
- Latour, B. & Hermant, E. (1998). Paris - Invisible City. (electronic source; 103 pages)
- Ward, Kevin (2013): Researching the City. A Guide for students. SAGE. (167 pages)
- Compendiums relevant to the different methodological perspectives as well as other articles will be added (around 200 pages), to be handed out or available electronically.
Urban Studies: Catching Urbanity
About the course
The course is structured around two interactive themes forming a complex unity:
- The identification of important and interesting urban contexts.
- Concretisation in text and image of urban contexts as a means of communication and development.
The course consists of several interactive elements.
- Introductory presentations in lecture form of methodological and theory of knowledge issues in the main field of Urban Studies.
- Practical exercises in the form of workshops where students identify important and interesting urban contexts.
- Examination presentations where students practise analysing and interpreting urban contexts in text and image.
Entry requirements and selection
15 credits in the Urban Studies Master programme
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This education is provided by
Faculty of Culture and Society
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