The training will run through five consecutive days and will be articulated around two poles: the plenary sessions and the methodological-disciplinary workshops, as detailed below.
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- The plenary sessions: for one day (28th November 2016) will have 4 presentations, presented by experienced, French and Indian researchers. The aim is to present the state of the art, overview of the theoretical and methodological issues on a particular research topic.
- The methodological and disciplinary workshops: for the following three full days (29 November-1 December 2016), three workshops à la carte for small groups will be devoted to tutorials. It will discuss theoretical models, text analysis, survey methods and data collection, data analysis, etc.
- Knowledge restitution: The training will end (2 December 2016) with a half-day of knowledge restitution and delivery of certificates to participants.