Terça-feira, 19 de Março de 2019
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Vaga para pesquisador em Ciências Sociais na Universidade de Manchester - Projeto MOBILISE

Início: Fim: Data de abertura: Data de encerramento: Países: Reino Unido

Ciências Sociais, Emprego, Investigação

O Projeto MOBILISE - Determinants of ‘Mobilisation’ at Home and Abroad: Analysing the Micro- Foundations of Out-Migration & Mass Protest, financiado pela Open Research Area (ORA) seleciona um Associado de pesquisa para trabalhar na Universidade de Manchester.

A candidatura selecionada contribuirá diretamente para a organização e coleta de dados qualitativos e quantitativos, principalmente no caso do Brasil, e outros países incluídos no projeto: Reino Unido, Espanha e Ucrânia.

Entre os requisitos desejáveis encontra-se o conhecimento ou interesse pela política brasileira ou latino-americana, a experiência em pesquisa no Brasil ou na América Latina sobre protesto ou migração, e fluência em português.

O prazo para candidaturas decorre até ao dia 18 de março de 2019.

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We are recruiting a Research Associate to work on the ORA (ESRC) funded project, ‘MOBILISE - Determinants of ‘Mobilisation’ at Home and Abroad: Analysing the Micro- Foundations of Out-Migration & Mass Protest.
 

Job Reference : HUM-13411
Location : Oxford Road, Manchester
Closing Date : 18/03/2019
Salary : Starting at £32,236 per annum
Employment Type : Fixed Term
Faculty / Organisational Unit : Humanities
Division : Politics
Hours Per week : 24.5 hours per week (0.7 FTE)
Contract Duration : 1st May for 30 months
URL: https://www.jobs.manchester.ac.uk/displayjob.aspx?jobid=16766


MOBILISE is an exciting large grant project that spans three continents, seven countries, and covers important questions around mobilization to protest and to migrate. The MOBILISE team is made up of 12 senior, mid-career and earlier career academics from the UK, Germany, France and the Netherlands, and is joined by an Advisory Board of 25 internationally leading scholars on protest and migration. The UK PI is Dr. Olga Onuch who is also whole project manager.

MOBILISE asks: When there is discontent, why do some people protest while others cross borders?

Connecting theoretical expectations from the migration and protest literatures, we examine:
whether similar factors drive the choice to migrate and/or protest at the individual level;
how context affects this mobilisation;
whether these choices are independent of each other or mutually reinforcing/ undermining.

It is directed by

  1. Olga Onuch (University of Manchester) is PI in the UK, who is joined by
    1. Co-I David Doyle (Oxford)
    2. One Research Associate (UoM)
  2. Gwendolyn Sasse (ZOIS/Oxford) is PI in Germany, and is joined by
    1. One PhD Student (ZOIS)
    2. One Post-Doctoral Fellow (ZOIS)
  3. Sorana Toma (ENSAE) is PI in France, and is joined by
    1. Co-I  Petev Ivaylo (ENSAE)
    2. One Post-Doctoral Fellow (ZOIS)
  4. Jacquelien Van Stekelenburg (VU) is PI in the Netherlands, and is joined by
    1. Co-I Evelyn Ersanilli (UVA)
    2. One PhD Student (VU)

The advertised RA post will be located in Politics at the University of Manchester.

This project is funded through the Open Research Area (ORA) Scheme with direct support of the ESRC in the UK, the DFG in Germany, the ANR in France and the NWO in the Netherlands.

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