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Social Science & Health PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in New Zealand

We have 8 Social Science & Health PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in New Zealand

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  Working with young people on embodiment, “wellbeing” and identity - explore young people’s experiences with/in their bodies from an intersectional sociocultural perspective
  Dr O Calder-Dawe
Application Deadline: 15 February 2019
Applications are invited for a PhD scholarship at the SHORE & Whāriki Research Centre, College of Health, Massey University exploring young people’s experiences with embodiment in relation to “wellbeing” and identity.
  The development of methods for representation and reasoning over Maori knowledge and worldviews relating to land
  Dr K Stock, Prof H Guesgen
Application Deadline: 20 December 2018
We have an exciting PhD opportunity within the Massey Geoinformatics Collaboratory at Massey University, in Auckland, New Zealand, working with Dr Kristin Stock and Professor Hans Guesgen in the area of representation and reasoning of Maori knowledge about land.
  Identifying outcomes to predict indigenous child health in New Zealand
  Assoc Prof KM Groom
Applications accepted all year round
Interventions in pregnancy and around the time of birth are often tested in randomised clinical trials to improve maternal and perinatal health.
  Deciphering gender and ethnic disparity in obesity and cardiometabolic disease.
  Dr J Miles-Chan
Applications accepted all year round
New Zealand has the third highest rates of obesity in the world. Despite decades of effort to reduce these rates, they continue to rise, particularly in young women and especially amongst Māori and Pacific.
  A Computational Theory of Collective Action
  Prof S Cranefield, Dr J Pitt
Applications accepted all year round
This project will apply computational modelling and simulation to investigate the problem of collective action. explaining how self-interested parties cam be motivated to coordinate their action to achieve a common benefit.
  New Partnership for Peacebuilding and Development - developing new theoretical platforms for promoting more inclusive and mutually-respectful aid partnerships.
  Dr S Lee
Applications accepted all year round
For successful peacebuilding and development, a critical element is collaborative and contextualised partnership between donor agencies and aid recipients.
  Pacifism and Nonviolence in International Relations
  Prof R Jackson
Applications accepted all year round
PhD applicants are sought for study in Dunedin, New Zealand, to start as soon as possible. Applicants with strong academic records can apply for fully-funded scholarships from the University of Otago.
  Trusting the Enemy: Understanding Intergroup Trust in Conflict and Peace Studies through Social Psychological Approaches
  Dr M Kappmeier
Applications accepted all year round
Trust is the glue that holds relationships together – hard to build, easy to destroy. While intuitively, conflict groups and researchers alike have an implicit understanding of trust, when trying to describe what trust is, it becomes clear that it is an elusive and complex concept.
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