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Projekt CSRP: Održana prva radionica „Metodologija i etika terenskog rada s marginaliziranim populacijama“, 13.-15. 5. 2019.

U prostorijama Instituta društvenih istraživanja Ivo Pilar u Zagrebu održana je od 13. do 15. svibnja 2019. radionica “Metodologija i etika terenskog rada s marginaliziranim populacijama” sa švicarskim istraživačkim timom.Program radionice

U suradnji sa švicarskim istraživačkim timom konstruirani su i dorađivani kvalitativni istraživački materijali tijekom trodnevne radionice za projekt: Exploring Homelessness and Pathways to Social Inclusion: A Comparative Study of Contexts and Challenges in Swiss and Croatian Cities (No. IZHRZO_180631/1). Na prvom sastanku raspravljalo se o teorijskim pristupima i pitanjima vezanim za ovo istraživanje, uključujući etička pitanja u radu na terenu s marginaliziranim populacijama. Projekt je financiran u okviru Hrvatsko–švicarskoga istraživačkog programa Hrvatske zaklade za znanost i Švicarske nacionalne zaklade za znanost putem sredstava Švicarsko-hrvatskog programa suradnje. Voditelj švicarskog tima je prof. dr. sc. Matthias Drilling, Institute for Social Planning, Organizational Change and Urban Development, University of Applied Sciences and Arts, a hrvatski tim vodi dr. sc. Lynette Šikić Mićanović iz Instituta Pilar.

Program radionice “Metodologija i etika terenskog rada s marginaliziranim populacijama”; Zagreb, 13.-15. svibnja 2019.

CSRP Project: Workshop 1 “Methodology and Ethics of Fieldwork with Marginalised Populations”, 13-15 May 2019

The first CSRP workshop with the Swiss research team “Methodology and ethics of field work with marginalised populations” was held at the Institute of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar on 13-15 May 2019 in Zagreb. − Workshop programme

In collaboration with the Swiss research team, qualitative research materials were created and revised during this three-day workshop for the project: Exploring Homelessness and Pathways to Social Inclusion: A Comparative Study of Contexts and Challenges in Swiss and Croatian Cities (No. IZHRZO_180631/1). Theoretical approaches and issues related to this research including ethical considerations in fieldwork with marginalized populations were also discussed at this first meeting. This project is financed within the Croatian-Swiss Research Program of the Croatian Science Foundation and the Swiss National Science Foundation with funds obtained from the Swiss-Croatian Cooperation Program. The principal investigator of the Swiss team is Prof. Dr. Matthias Drilling from the Institute for Social Planning, Organizational Change and Urban Development, University of Applied Sciences and Arts, while the Croatian team from the Pilar Institute is led by Dr. Lynette Šikić Mićanović.

Workshop programme “Methodology and Ethics of Fieldwork with Marginalised Populations”, 13-15 May 2019.

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