Aging and international migration pose enormous challenges to Europe. The international project “Do migrants in Europe age well? A mixed methods and intervention study in four countries (MIG-AGE)” addresses the question of what it means for different groups of migrants in Europe to be old and age well. It applies a mixed methods approach and focuses specifically on first- generation retired labor migrants from Italy and Turkey living in Germany and the Netherlands and retirement migrants from Germany and the Netherlands living in Italy and Turkey. Project partners are the University of Bamberg (Germany), the Università degli Studi di Genova (Italy), and the Koç University (Turkey). The PhD candidate is expected to conduct qualitative interviews with Turkish first-generation migrants in the Netherlands, and Dutch retirement migrants in Italy and in Turkey. The PhD candidate will be actively involved in design and implementation of a culturally sensitive health intervention for Turkish first-generation migrants in Germany.
The tasks of the PhD candidate are:
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The selected PhD student will be a part of ICS (Interuniversity Center for Social Science Theory and Methodology) Graduate School. For further information, please refer to: https: // ics-graduateschool.nl/Qualifications
For this position, you are expected to:
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Intended starting date: 1 May 2023Application
You may apply for this position until 2 February 11:59pm / before 3 February 2023 Dutch local time (CET) by means of the application form (click on "Apply" below on the advertisement on the university website). Only submissions via the application form will be considered.
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