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Job Opportunity: Open positions in newly funded project on online misogyny | For Digital Dignity

Two fully funded positions: Ethnography of online misogyny/Starting March 2022 

We are looking for excellent researchers to fill the following positions for an interdisciplinary project on online misogyny:

  • Doctoral position (three years): Ethnography of online misogyny in India and Germany

Fluency in German and English is needed. Fluency in Hindi is desired (but not required).

  • Postdoctoral position (one year): Ethnography of online misogyny in Brazil

Fluency in English and Portuguese is needed.

Research activities include carrying out semi-structured interviews with women who are the targets of online misogyny and online users who engage in aggressive language against women to advance their stated political goals; online ethnography of misogynistic trolling episodes; deep content analysis and discourse analysis; and analysis of policy documents. Candidates should be willing to work from Munich.

You will be part of an exciting multidisciplinary research group, with opportunities to partner with the core research team based in Munich and a global network of collaborators.

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Source: open positions in newly funded project on online misogyny – For Digital Dignity

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