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The colloquium will be organised in 4 small groups as last time in Cluj.
We agreed in Cluj that everyone would have to send a text beforehand.
It should be the text which you will send us for the next deadline and nothing that you have to prepare beside your regular writing. For the next deadline you should have:
> at least a completed first round of analysis of empirical material/ data
> a detailed structure for analytical chapters including first results/ sample text to illustrate your work
> a revised work plan until submission
The sample text can be a part of the dissertation that's ready, or it can also be a collection of arguments/ statements that you discuss in a few paragraphs. It should be some kind of a text that presents key findings; potentially highlighting issues/ dilemmas that seem to be problematic to you, that challenge being able to finish writing. Bring issues that we feel would be good to discuss (and discussing them would help us finalize).
Your presentations should relate to the text that you will have provided beforehand and focus primarily on:
- key findings (this would be the main goal of the presentations!)
- methodological issues encountered in the course of analysis (what did you find your empirical material enough for? how to handle gaps of empirical material/ dead ends once you're in the analytical phase? how do you resolve/ more forward?)
- ethical issues arising during analysis/ writing (eg. issues of securing anonymity)
Everyone should prepare a presentation of 15-20 min max, and then allow for time for discussion.
Please enter your name, topic and upload the material for your presentation as well as the written text in the table until 22 May 2017.
|Group||Name||Topic||upload of presentation||upload of written text|
|Group 1||Martin G||Emergence/formation contexts of innovation processes|
|Sorin||Discussing technology, development and peripheralization|
|Group 2||Bradley||Following document analysis with key interview findings||loewen_methods_results.docx|
|Alex||Contrasting Practices of Territorial Cohesion|
|Ilgvars||Individual and collective everyday geographies and experiences in the context of peripheralisation|
|Martiene||Leading in heterogeneity, first results of Estonian and Dutch field work|
|Melinda||Local development from below, resources and decision making in focus|
|Aura||Bringing together quantitative data on territorial mobility and core-periphery structure|