After completing the course, students should have advanced knowledge of
After completing the course, students should be able to
After completing the course, students should:
Professional work within health, education, welfare, and social work develops within local, national, and international contexts. Reflexivity is to see and understand oneself within a context. Through this course the students will develop their ability to reflect, theorize and understand themselves and professional work. Students will be encouraged to develop and problematize their subjectivity in relation to their background and professional position, and to explore and challenge different understandings of professionalism. The students will develop a contextual and ethical awareness that can inform their current PhD project.
The aim of the course is to enable participants to strengthen their critical reflection and increase their understanding of interactional, contextualized, situational and collaborative practices. To enhance reflective processes the course will provide knowledge about ethics, contexts, and social interaction.
Faculty of Social Sciences