This course by Luca d'Acci primarily offers theory and examples from urban studies to exemplify the nature and nurture divide and the relevance of synthesising the two perspectives. However, the lecturer also indicates the general relevance of this theory and examples. This course thus offers useful reflection for all researchers (both quantitative and qualitative, from all disciplines) that are interested in explaining social behaviour. No prior knowledge is required.
We welcome you to the graduate school on our lively, spacious campus close to the cosmopolitan city of Rotterdam and our institute located in The Hague. You will be amongst 500 PhD candidates at Europe’s foremost university doing research in one of the 10 research fields.
We offer doctoral education and more than 40 courses and master classes to nurture research excellence. The diverse international backgrounds of our candidates enhance a vibrant academic community and will make you feel connected.
The EGSH is a joint venture of:
'Forced migration, refugee settlement and sport: A new research agenda'
A lecture by Ramón Spaaij, Professor at Victoria University in Melbourne