The Summer School will bring together young scholars and more established academics working on migration research through a week of lectures and master classes, which will be delivered in English.
The Summer School is organised by the Migration Research Group at the University of Sheffield, the Centre for Migration Research and the Centre for Research on Prejudice at the University of Warsaw, and the Polin Museum of the History of Polish Jews.
The Summer School will include sessions on:
* ____Qualitative Data Coding and Analysis
* ____Survey Design (Session 1): Questionnaires as a Measurement Tool
* ____Survey Analysis (Session 2): Stats Made Simple
* ____Modelling and Forecasting of Demographic/ Migratory Phenomena
* ____Infographics and Data Visualisation
* ____Multi-sited Ethnography
This event is part of the ‘Modern Poland’ project, which is a collaboration between leading scholars from the Migration Research Group at the University of Sheffield and the Centre for Migration Research at the University of Warsaw.
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