Tuesday, 22 November 2016

Project meeting day 2

The second day of our project meeting started with some scientific input: "An introduction into migrational studies on the example of migration flows from Romania and Bulgaria to Germany" by lecturer Ines Gottschalk from Ruhr Universität Bochum. In her excellent presentation she gave 4 ideal types of migrants and their motives, continued to explain research methods such as discourse analysis, quantitative and qualitative research and gave some results on her research. This was perceived as very inspiring for our project.

Next students and teachers sat together and made detailed plans of the topics which they are responsible for and discussed this afterwards.

In the afternoon we visited one of Hagen's "best bunkers" from the second world war and took part in the simulation of a bomb attack. Everybody thought that this was a worthwhile experience.

The students are getting on well together and sat down for a meal at lunchtime.

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