Spring 2013 quarter
- Laura Citrin social psychology, gender and women's studies
- Fields of Study
- anthropology, gender and women's studies, psychology and sociology
This SOS program is designed to provide an opportunity for intermediate and advanced students working within the social sciences to conduct independent research projects within psychology or related social science disciplines, within a supportive intellectual environment of other researchers. It is an ideal capstone program for students completing their studies. Research projects may be inductive or deductive in their approach, and may utilize qualitative or quantitative methodology. Research may be aimed at testing a well-established theory, replicating a study, crafting an elegant psychological experiment, designing and executing a written survey, conducting interviews, or engaging in observational, ethnographic research. Faculty will also support substantial work with secondary research (library research) exclusively, resulting in a thorough literature review (a review of all of the work conducted on your topic of interest within the field).
Students will form learning communities based on shared research interests (or methodological interests or theoretical interests). Faculty will provide structured support to these learning communities across all aspects of the research process.
Students entering this SOS program should do so with a particular project in mind, although faculty will work one-on-one with students to help shape the nature of their project in both practical and theoretically meaningful ways.
- Schedule and Location
- Campus Location
- Online Learning
- Enhanced Online Learning
- Greener Store
- Offered During
|March 14th, 2013||This program now accepts Sophomore students (please check the prerequisites).|
|February 25th, 2013||New opportunity added.|