3-4 year PhD Fellowship on the Effects of Social Media Use Among Adolescents
18.11.2019, by Tina Keil
University of Oslo, Norway
Application deadline: December 15th, 2019
A 3-4 years PhD Research Fellowship is available in the Section of Methodology, Work-, Cultural-, and Social psychology (MAKS) at the Department of Psychology, University of Oslo. The position is linked to the Culture, Society & Behavior Lab (CSB Lab). The goal of the CSB Lab is to understand how cultural and societal phenomena psychologically influence humans and vice versa. The lab is interdisciplinary and offers a stimulating, inclusive and highly-productive academic environment.
The current position is linked to the project “Psykososiale Helseeffekter av Sosialt Mediebruk blant Ungdom [SoMe&U]“ [Psychosocial health effects of social media use among adolescents]. Its main objective is to empirically investigate the positive and negative consequences of online social media use on the psychological health and social inclusion of adolescents. The project uses a mixed methods design that involves qualitative interview studies but in particular quantitative longitudinal social network analysis.
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Due to the type of data collection, working competency in a Scandinavian language is needed for this project.