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Doctoral School of Social Communication


Web address of the Doctoral School:
https://www.uni-corvinus.hu/index.php?id=31561

Head of the Doctoral School: Dr. Miklós Hadas, miklos.hadas@uni-corvinus.hu

Program Director of the Doctoral School: Dr. Judit Sass, judit.sass@uni-corvinus.hu

Contact information of the coordinator of the Doctoral School: Ms. Judit Sebestény judit.sebes(kukac)uni-corvinus(pont)hu, +36-1-482-7399

The objective of the Doctoral School of Social Communication operating since 2012 is the examination of issues of theoretical and applied communication, the clarification of the notion of communication, its role in society and its theoretical context, as well as the exploration of the sociological, socio/psychological, cultural, anthropological and ethological aspects of communication. The doctoral program furthermore extends to the complex examination of the social embeddedness of communication, functioning and the cultural, political, economic, technological and legal determinedness of the processes taking place in the media landscape.

 

The Doctoral School operates at the Faculty of Humanities of CUB and is supervised by the University Doctoral Council (UDC). The institutes of the faculty as well as other institutes, departments and lecturers of the university are involved in the activities of the Doctoral School.

The members of the Doctoral School are lecturers who manage the doctoral school, who teach and act as research coordinators, among who there are a number of supervisors and topic initiators.

The core members of the Doctoral School are:

Petra Aczél, PhD, professor

Réka Benczes, PhD, dr. habil, associate professor

József Böröcz, DSc, professor

- Nelu Bradean-Ebinger, CSc, professor

Miklós Hadas, DSc, professor

Özséb Horányi, CSc, professor emeritus, honorary member of the DSSC

Judit Sass, PhD, associate professor

 

Research themes offered by the core members of the Doctoral School:

Petra Aczél: Theory of rhetoric, Media criticism

Réka Benczes: Cognitive linguistics

József Böröcz: Global changes; Global issues in social theory

Miklós Hadas: Gender studies, Historical studies on gender

PhD students are welcome to take an active part in research conducted at the Institute of Behavioural Science and Communication Theory. A few examples of recently completed research and research in progress include:

Human Resource Development Operational Program (EFOP) 3.6.3 – Competitive Central Hungary Operational Program (VEKOP) 16-2017-00007 "From Talent to Young Researcher” – Within the framework of the Activities supporting the researcher career model in higher education the elaboration of the concept of a skills development educational program in research communication with suggestions on the relevant training,

- Human Resource Development Operational Program (EFOP) 3.6.1. – scientific efficiency measurement and competence development as part of the  Institutional developments at the Székesfehérvári Campus of the Corvinus University of Budapest serving smart specialization project,

Framing and Communication Research Group headed by Réka Benczes (Framing theories workshop)

media literacy headed by Petra Aczél and financed by the V4 Standard Grant of the International Visegrad Fund.
The Doctoral School offers the students varied subjects within the doctoral curriculum: whereas Zoltán Kacsuk’s recent Modern and Postmodern Theories course has analysed the Cool Japan phenomenon, Zoltán Kövecses will soon hold a course on cognitive metaphors in the Doctoral School.

The co-operation agreement concluded between the Doctoral School and the Sociological Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences enables researchers of the research institute to take part in the educational program of the doctoral school as supervisors and/or lecturers.

 

Education Plan of the Doctoral School of Social Communication (DSSC)

Utolsó frissítés: 2018.11.30.