Life Course Winter School 2014
The LIVES Life Course Winter School is a oneweek intensive program on life course research.
These interdisciplinary workshops (drawing from sociology, social psychology, life-span psychology, social demography, social policy) will occur in small groups of 6 to 8 students.
Three experts will lead each of these research workshops, with the aim of preparing collaborative articles through a process of learning by doing.
When and Where ?
- March 22-29, 2014
- Hôtel les Sources, les Diablerets, Switzerland
1. Friends of the Elderly. Friendship Networks of Older Adults
2. Role of Personal Characteristics in an Unstable Professional Context
3. Spatial Mobility over the Life Course and its Links to Family Life
Organized by a consortium of five research centers
- Swiss National Center of Competence in Research LIVES, University of Lausanne and University of Geneva (CH)
- Hallie Ford Center for Healthy Children & Families, Oregon State University (USA)
- Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS), University of Bremen (D)
- Centre for Population, Aging and Health, Western University (CA)
- Ageing and Living Conditions Programme (ALC), Umeå University (SE)
- Laura Bernardi, University of Lausanne
- Delphine Fagot, University of Geneva
- Walter Heinz, University of Bremen
- Johan Lundberg, Umeå University
- Julie McMullin, Western University
- Michel Oris, University of Geneva
- Richard Settersten, Oregon State University
- Dario Spini, University of Lausanne
- Deadline : November 15, 2013
- Required: motivation letter, resume, thesis project abstract
- Tuition: 500 CHF (= 420 EUR or 525 USD), accommodation included
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- Contact: Delphine Fagot, LIVES Doctoral Program Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org