Using Foucault's Methods - Online

Organised by

University of Liverpool

Presenter

Dr Nicole Vittelone

Date

19/04/2021 - 17/05/2021

Venue

University of Liverpool

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Contact

Dr Nicole Vittelone
N.Vitellone@liverpool.ac.uk

Description

Module Lead: Dr Nicole Vittelone | N.Vitellone@liverpool.ac.uk

Module dates: 

Monday 19th April, 9am-11am

Monday 26th April, 9am-11am

Tuesday 4th May, 11am-1pm

Monday 10th May, 9am-11am

Monday 17th May, 9am-11am

Mode of Assessment: Essay

This module guides students through the key points, concerns and issues raised by Michel Foucault's
methods and theory. Covering his key texts we address Foucault's method as an important device for
studying power and society. In so doing, the module seeks to engage students with the uses of
Foucault's method for social science research and social inquiry.

If you are interested in taking part in this module, please contact the module lead.

To register, please e-mail lawteach@liverpool.ac.uk 

Level

Entry (no or almost no prior knowledge)

Cost

£150 for the accredited module, £100 for just auditing the module, and free to students from the University of Liverpool and other NWSSDTP institutions.

Website and registration

Region

North West

Keywords

Mixed Methods Approaches (other)

Related publications and presentations

Mixed Methods Approaches (other)

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