October 3 at the Russian Economic University named after G.V. Plekhanov hosted the Youth Forum that was dedicated to the International Day of Tolerance.
On June 6-9, the International Scientific-Educational Laboratory for Socio-Cultural Research held its fourth international Summer School. The summer school was focused on improving the research proposals of the participants and brininging them up to standards for publication of the leading international scientific journals.
The Higher School of Economics International Laboratory of Socio-Cultural Research announces a call for participation in the 4th Summer School “Designing a mixed-method research in cross-cultural psychology”.
Third International Summer School of ILSCR "Designing, performing and presenting social psychology and sociology research: From initial questions to publication"
Third International Summer School of ILSCR "Designing, performing and presenting social psychology and sociology research: From initial questions to publication" was held in hotel “Olympiets” in Moscow region on 20-25 of June, 2013.
Participants of Summer School were students, graduate students, researchers and teachers of Higher School of Economics. All participants had to have results of conducted study that could be presented for forthcoming publication. Therefore, each participant had an opportunity to work on improving his/her own materials with the help of teachers of the School – well-known foreign specialists Shalom Schwartz, Ronald Fischer and Peter Schmidt, as well as invited expert on academic writing Rachel Schwartz.
I International Summer School “Values and Socio-Economical Behavior: Cross-cultural Dimensions and Explanatory Models” was held on 17-21 June in the holiday hotel “Klyazma” near Moscow. Research fellows and trainee researchers of the international laboratory, lecturers and researchers, students and PhD students of HSE participated in the Summer School. The heads and leading researchers of the international laboratory (S. Schwartz, P. Schmidt, N.M. Lebedeva, V.I. Chirkov, A.N. Tatarko) and professors from foreign universities – leading specialists in cross-cultural psychology – were lecturers and scientific consultants in the summer school. English was working language.