Research design in science

Dr. Florin FEȘNIC

Researcher, Center for the Study of Democracy, Universitatea Babeș-Bolyai Cluj-Napoca (Romania)

Founding member, Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies (IDC), Universitatea din București (Romania)

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Why was Leonid Kuchma’s regional level of support in the 1999 presidential election in Ukraine negatively correlated with his regional support in the 1994 election? Is this still relevant for contemporary Ukraine? How is the "Ghost Map", a.k.a. the story of a very real John Snow, relevant for the COVID-19 pandemic? And why did the introduction of electronic voting machines in Brazil lead to a significant improvement in infant health?

Dr. Florin Feșnic explores these and similar questions in his introductory textbook on scientific research design and methods that he prepares as part for work conducted as a member (2020-2023) of the Erasmus+ project CiviMatics - Interdisciplinary Mathematical Modelling Meets Civic Education.

The draft of this textbook is briefly presented in this seminar. Feedback is welcome.

Open online event in English (11:30 - 13:00, Bucharest time zone)

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