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Methodology for Social and Legal Sciences: a practical approach

Focus: Law and Innovation

The objective of this course is to help graduate students deal with empirical research, utilizing innovative qualitative methods in the practice of a specific research (professors will present their effective research work) as well as help them work with social innovation as a topic for their research.The course has a practical goal: students will present their research project in the last part of the course, so that the professors can give suggestions and tips for them regarding the methodological approach.
July 25th – Presentation (Explaining the course) Marcos and Lars (from 2 PM to 5 PM) The idea is to give three to four articles for the students to read during the course, as related below.
July 27th – Social Innovation, participatory governance and social enterprise ecosystems – Lars Hulgård (from 2 PM to 4PM) Debate (Marcos and Lars) (4PM to 5PM)
July 31st – Empirical legal research: how innovative can it be? – Marcos Chein (from 2PM to 4PM) Debate (Marcos and Lars) (4PM to 5PM)
August 3rd- Presenting your research project (Debate) (from 2 PM to 5 PM)
August 8th- Presenting your research project (Debate) (from 2 PM to PM)
References (Reading)
Pestoff, V., & Hulgård, L. (2016). Participatory Governance in Social Enterprise. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 27(4), 1742–1759. http://www.jstor.org/stable/43923254
Banerjee, S., Lucas dos Santos, L., Hulgård, L. (2021). Intersectional knowledge as rural social innovation. Journal of Rural Studies. https://doi.org/10.1016/J.JRURSTUD.2021.04.007
Feres, M. V. C. (2022). Biodiversity, Traditional Knowledge and Patent Rights: The Case Study of Phyllomedusa bicolor. Revista Direito GV, 18(1). https://doi.org/10.1590/2317-6172202205
Feres, M. V. C. (2019). Neglected and non-neglected diseases: contradictions in the patent legal system. Revista Jurídica Da Presidência (124), 264–288. https://doi.org/10.20499/2236-3645.RJP2019v21e124-1786</div>

Professors:Marcos Vinício Chein Feres (UFJF), Lars Hulgård (Roskilde Universitet – Denmark)

Language: English

Place: Law School, room 6

Courseload: 15h

Date&Time: July 25, 27, 31, August 3, 8, from 2pm to 5pm

Target audience: undergraduate and graduate students

Spots available: 5 for UFJF Law undergraduate students and 5 for UFJF Social Sciences graduate students

Sustainable Development Goals (SDG): 4, 16