Part time Doctorate Program in Humanities and Social Sciences in West Midlands in United Kingdom

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Humanities and Social Sciences

A PhD, also known as a Doctor of Philosophy degree, is a doctorate awarded by a university to the academic who has met all necessary qualifications and can now be considered a doctor in his or her academic field.

A PhD in Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences focuses on human thoughts and culture. It is an advanced level of education, often focusing on student teacher relationships, advanced research methods, and higher tier courses.

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PhD Sociology

University of Warwick Department of Sociology
Campus Part time 3 years Open Enrollment United Kingdom Coventry

The Sociology PhD spans a diverse range of areas reflecting the multi-disciplinary strengths of our staff, graduate students and courses. [+]

Part time PhD Programs in Humanities and Social Sciences in West Midlands in United Kingdom. You are invited to visit the University of Warwick Post Graduate Open Day on 26th November 2014 Webpage: www.warwick.ac.uk/pgopenday Join Sociology in our department specific activities http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/sociology/news/pgopenday/ PhD Sociology The Sociology PhD spans a diverse range of areas reflecting the multi-disciplinary strengths of our staff, graduate students and courses. These multi-disciplinary strengths include social and cultural research, from traditional sociology and social theory to contemporary cultural and media studies and include strong clusters in: gender, sexuality and women’s studies; health and illness; visual sociology; traditional media forms and new social media; the sociology of science; body and society; bioethics and bio-power; postcolonialism; politics and political cultures; mourning and the sociology of death and dying; racism and ethnicity; and social and political thought. Fees (2014/15 rates) Home/EU Students: - Full-time £3,936 - Part-time £2,362 Overseas Students, Band 1: - Full-time £14,030 - Part-time £8,418 Overseas Students, Band 2: - Full-time £17,910 - Part-time £10,746 [-]

PhD Women and Gender Studies

University of Warwick Department of Sociology
Campus Part time 3 years September 2017 United Kingdom Coventry

We welcome applications to study in the area of Women's and Gender Studies at postgraduate level, either specialising in Interdisciplinary Gender Studies or Gender and International Development in the ESRC-recognised MA in Social Research or the MA in Gender and International Development or as an MPhil/PhD in Women's and Gender Studies. [+]

You are invited to visit the University of Warwick Post Graduate Open Day on 26th November 2014 Webpage: www.warwick.ac.uk/pgopenday Join Sociology in our department specific activities http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/sociology/news/pgopenday/ PhD Women and Gender Studies We welcome applications to study in the area of Women and Gender Studies at postgraduate level, either specialising in Interdisciplinary Gender Studies or Gender and International Development in the ESRC-recognised MA in Social Research or the MA in Gender and International Development or as an MPhil/PhD in Women's and Gender Studies.

 

Women and Gender Studies is an interdisciplinary area of study which draws on Sociology and other social science disciplines as well as those which are located in the humanities such as English and History. It encompasses a wide area of interests ranging from investigations into the ways in which society is structured to explorations of cultural representations and texts. A central concern is to analyse how different bases of inequality and identity, such as race, gender and class, intersect with each other. This area of study emerged from the women's movements of the 1960s and 1970s and is now a well-established part of the university curriculum. In Warwick the Centre is located in the Department of Sociology but draws its membership from across the university and from many different disciplines, reflecting its interdisciplinary nature. ... [-]