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PhD study: Topics offered for academic year 2020/21

In the academic year 2020/21 the Institute for Sociology is opening up to three full time positions and an unlimited number of part time positions in our sociology PhD study programme.

Our doctoral students will enjoy the opportunity to do their studies at a workplace which participates in programmes of international comparative research such as the ISSP (International Social Survey Programme) and EVS (European Values Study), is a publisher of the flagship sociology journal in Slovakia Sociológia – Slovak Sociological Review indexed in the Current Contents database and operates the Slovak Archive of Social Data (SASD) which is the national service provider of CESSDA ERIC.

Hint: Information on our PhD study programme can be found in our PhD study section. Further information can also be found in the interview with our PhD student Marianna Mrva (in Slovak).

Prospective PhD students may choose from one of the topics listed below:

1. Early tracking in the educational system and intergenerational reproduction of social inequality in Slovakia
(Supervisor: Miloslav Bahna) Form: full time/ part time

2. Labor Interest Organization and Representation in Slovakia
(Supervisor: Monika Čambáliková) Form: full time/ part time

3. Illegal drug users and their social control in Slovakia
(Supervisor: Róbert Klobucký) Form: full time/ part time

4. Talking about the family's past and its social functions. Qualitative research.
(Supervisor: Zuzana Kusá) Form: full time/ part time

5. Visualization of politics in Slovakia after 1989
(Supervisor: Silvia Miháliková) Form: full time/ part time

6. Churches as an actor in the health care system in Slovakia
(Supervisor: Miroslav Tížik) Form: full time/ part time

Deadline for applications for a PhD study on one of the offered topics is at the end of May 31 2020. Applications are to be send to the Section of science and doctoral studies at the Faculty of Arts of the Comenius University in Bratislava. Further details can be found here (in Slovak). We advise to get in touch with your prospective PhD supervisor prior to preparing your application.