Position : PhD Candidate - 'China and DIgital Vigilantism' in Media and Culture
Location : Rotterdam，Netherlands
Employer: Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR)
Scientific fields: Language and Culture, Media and Culture
Hours: 38.0 hours per week
Salary: € 2191 - € 2801
Job number: 1609221
Research duties (80%)
- Conducting PhD research within the framework of theDigital Vigilantismproject;
- Contributing to the data collection and data analysis of the project;
- Publishing and presenting research results in the form of articles in international peer reviewed journals and papers at international conferences;
- Writing a dissertation;
- Defending the dissertation to complete the doctoral degree;
- Assisting in the organisation of workshops and other knowledge utilisation activities
- Performing organisational tasks in the context of ESHCC, in particular with regard to the Department of Media and Communication;
- Taking part in seminars, workshops, etc. that are organised by the Erasmus Research Centre for Media, Communication and Culture (ERMeCC) as well as the research schools and scholarly associations of which ERMeCC is part.
Teaching duties (20%)
-Preparing and giving lessons within the context of the various degree programmes in the field of Media and Communication provided by the ESHCC;
- Monitoring the literature and integrating new insight into the lessons;
- Supervising and coaching students;
- Pointing out possible improvements and integrating them into teaching methods and/or the content of the lessons given;
- Contributing to the evaluation of the lessons, both in terms of structure and execution;
- Participating in committees or working groups, as well as performing designated organisational tasks.
A Master’s degree in the Social Sciences or Humanities, preferably a research master;
Wide-ranging knowledge of and affinity with the sociology of crime, media and culture and with qualitative methods of social science research, such as textual analyses and interviews;
Proven affinity for qualitative empirical research, as evidenced by your master’s thesis, publications, research plans and other projects;
Didactic potential. Teaching experience is considered an advantage;
A willingness to develop knowledge and skills in various disciplines and to increase the ability to teach a wide range of subjects within the faculty’s degree programme;
Organisational experience and skills;
Proficiency in spoken and written English. Non-English speakers have to meet the C1-standards of the Common European Framework (CEF).
Proficiency in spoken and written Mandarin.