Discourse and Democracy in Cities and the Urban-Rural Interface
Marleen's teaching experience as a coordinator, coach and lecturer covers BSc, MSc and PhD levels. Her teaching is on theories and ethics, interpretive research methodologies, addresses skills and reflective attitudes, and perhaps most importantly, on making these practical. She takes a special interest in discourse theories and methods, in the performativity of concepts and in practice-based and transdisciplinary approaches.
She supervises students working on topics related to environmental sustainability, place-making and public policy, the role of knowledge(s!), conflict and participation, civic initiatives and importantly, the connected current big questions of democracy.
|CPT-25306||Research Methods for Communication Sciences|
|CPT-32806||Change, Inter-human Processes and Communication|
|CPT-33306||Communication Strategies in Everyday Life|
|CPT-56306||Analysing Discourse: Theories, Methods and Techniques|
|FNP-31806||Social and Political Theory for Forest and Nature Conservation Research|
|CPT-36806||Critical Reflection on Research in International Development Practice|
|LUP-24306||Concepts and Approaches in Planning Practices|