As I’ve written previously, I’m currently undertaking a course in thesis writing called Scientific Methods, Tools and Thesis Writing – 15 hp – a course fully packed with lectures on different information collecting methods, and not to forget – tools for writing. We’ve gone through the basics behind the scientific method, research ethics, behavioral studies, and […]
This week’s been wicked. Lots to do with the student union right now, mostly related to the graduation ceremony I’m helping organize this fall. But finally – it’s weekend. What a great time to catch up with school assignments.. and blog posts! The upside: I can sleep in (til 8.00 at least) the downside?: […]
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Over the course of just a few days our exceptionally hot weather has finally given way to more common fall temperatures. But it feels weird. One day you’re strolling down the streets wanting to rip your own skin off (27 Celsius+) and the other, you’re pondering whether or […]
This week I’ve finally given myself time to sit down and pour through some of the literature we’re meant to read in this course, and I must say I’m intrigued. The first book on my list is called Research Methods in Anthropology: Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches, written by Russell […]