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Dr. Ozan Sahin

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Migrations, inégalités et différences culturelles en Chine contemporaine,  méthodes de recherche en sciences sociales et humaines.

Publications

SAHIN, Ozan. Interactional Expertise, Forms and The Imitation Game: The Integration of Chinese Migrants in Beijing Municipality. PhD Dissertation. University of Geneva, 2021. doi:10.13097/archive-ouverte/unige:156249

SAHIN, Ozan. « From technocracy to citizen science: The nature of expertise and the place of experts in our societies ». In Blog Scientifique de l’Institut Confucius, Université de Genève. Lien permanent: http://ic.unige.ch/?p=1131

SAHIN, Ozan. « Technologies de l’information et expertise interactionnelle: rencontres et travaux avec QIU Zeqi et Harry Collins ». In Blog Scientifique de l’Institut Confucius, Université de Genève. Lien permanent: https://ic.unige.ch/?p=448

Conférences

“Analyzing the Effects of China’s Internal Migration Policy in Terms of Migrants’ Sociocultural Integration”. Berlin Institute of Integration and Migration Research, Humboldt University. May 2022.

“Analysing the Social and Spatial Segregation of China’s Floating Population”. Les déjeuners sociologiques, Geneva School of Social Sciences, University of Geneva. October 2021.

“Mobilité en Chine contemporaine: les séquelles de la circulation des personnes, objets et cultures”. Summer classes organized by the Confucius Institute of the University of Geneva, July 2021.

“Imitation Game and the study of migrants’ integration”. 17th IMISCOE Annual Conference, online panel. July 2020.

“L’Imitation Game en tant qu’outil de recherche scientifique”. Master class in Socioeconomics, Geneva School of Social Sciences, University of Geneva. November 2019.

“The Serious Imitation Game: a methodological and educative tool”. Studies of Expertise and Experience Workshop (SEESHOP 11). University of Helsinki, July 2019.

"De la campagne vers les villes, et inversement”. China in One Day. Confucius Institute of the University of Geneva, Mai 2019.

“La politique de l’enfant unique et ses conséquences socio-démographiques en chine”. Master class in Demographics, Geneva School of Social Sciences, University of Geneva. April 2018.

“La culture flottante: transmission et évolution des formes culturelles dans la Chine contemporaine”. Summer classes organized by the Confucius Institute of the University of Geneva, July 2018.

“Migrations, integration and cultural diversities. Understanding the migrants’ integration in Beijing through the Imitation Game”. Studies of Expertise and Experience Workshop (SEESHOP 11). University of Geneva, May 2017.

“Understanding “cultural differences” in modern China through Imitation Game”.  International workshop for Imitation Game Local Organizers. Humboldt University, Berlin, April 2017.

“The impact of different international programs on the students with regards to their acquisition of cross-cultural competences”. International workshop for Imitation Game Local Organizers, University of Granada, March 2016.

Software development

The Imitation Game 2.0 (March 2017)
Software for scientific research and social entertainment for Chinese users. The project is a continuation of a series of research funded by the European Research Council Advanced Grant between 2011 and 2016, initiated by professor Harry Collins from Cardiff University.




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