Pilot project “religious interaction rituals” is looking for interns
The pilot project “religious interaction rituals” is looking for interns for the autumn semester 2021
The project examines online and offline rituals in the Hare Krishna movement. The aim is to understand whether and how these rituals generate religious experiences among participants.
Successful applicants should have strong skills in qualitative methods, interaction ritual theory, and cultural theory.
What does the internship involve?
This internship is designed to provide the individual selected with the opportunity for hands-on experience with qualitative research. Internship tasks primarily include: recruiting interviewees, conduction interviews, transcription, and data coding.
The internship will run for 20 weeks starting 30 August 2021.
The Department of Sociology in Lund.
How to apply
To apply, send a short cover letter (max ½ page), degree certificates, and CV to Sébastien Tutenges: sebastien [dot] tutenges [at] soc [dot] lu [dot] se. Your cover letter should describe who you are, your goals for the internship, and what you hope to gain from the internship.
Last application date
1st April 2021.
Person responsible for the pilot project: Sébastien Tutenges, sebastien [dot] tutenges [at] soc [dot] lu [dot] se.
If you have general questions about internships at the Department of Sociology, you are welcome to contact Britt-Marie Johansson britt-marie [dot] johansson [at] soc [dot] lu [dot] se