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NOTE: This course is designed for students who successfully completed the MSK module (including MSK3) and consider writing their master’s thesis in CA/IL. Whether you plan to do this in/on German or English is irrelevant.
This advanced course is designed to help students achieve the following Learning Outcome: Students develop a topic and a feasible research question for their master’s thesis in CA/IL and ideally start pursuing it by
- identifying (potential) research gaps,- searching for and screening relevant literature,- selecting appropriate data material,- practicing the necessary basic skills, such as GAT2 transcription, sequential analysis etc.,- adapting their initial project idea based on first insights (if necessary), - critically commenting on their peers’ proposals and achievements in these regards, and finally - writing a project proposal in order to be able to present and defend their project as well as their approach in the colloquium (FP2) and, ultimately, to write a stylistically and substantively adequate MA thesis in the field of CA/IL.
Successful completion of the MSK module (including MSK3)
To obtain credits for this course, students are required to
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