Doctoral College #OrganizingtheDigital
Relations, Publics, Societies
Recently, the increasing transdisciplinary importance of the digital has become obvious by a growing number of PhD projects that address their respective questions from various theoretical and methodological perspectives. Across research centers, digitization poses new and relevant research questions and provides new sources of data for addressing them.
The digital permeates micro, meso and macro level phenomena in contemporary societies. The aim and unique contribution of the doctoral school and its grounding in organization theory, media- and communications studies, consumer culture theory, labor market and general management theories is its potential to bridge and transcend these levels of analysis. Consequently, our emphasis on digital relations, digital publics and digital societies represents exactly such a transversal perspective on digital dynamics.
Methodologically, the doctoral college takes a multi-method and inter-disciplinary lens and advances conceptual research, experimental, qualitative and interpretive studies, as well as related quantifications and network analyses of digital texts, visuals, and behavioral patterns of digital relations, publics, and societies in management research and the social sciences.
* Founding Faculty
Documents and Downloads
- Info leaflet Doctoral College #OrganizingtheDigital
- Slides of the Kick-Off Event for the Doctoral Program
- Kick-Off Event Doctoral Program #OrganizingtheDigital (Event Invitation - June 26, 2018)
- Draft Statute of the Doctoral Program
- Original application for the Doctoral Program
Research Area EPoS Economy, Politics & Society
Coordinator: Dr.in Eva Zipperle-Mirwald
Room o.1.3 | Universitätsstraße 15 | A-6020 Innsbruck
Phone: +43 512 507-39870