Learn to Research
Tips for Scientific Working
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Science is when someone scientifically creates new knowledge! Therefore, this textbook and reference book is not only about techniques, but about a consistently investigative attitude and approach.
Those who follow the approach of this book will no longer want to „write about“ something, but rather to investigate something – with the passion of a researcher.
This compilation of the basics of scientific research is a textbook of the Veganomics Institute. Also the veganism needs for all its facets – ethics, health, ecology, economics etc. – always the respective scientific bases and research results and should constantly in it cooperate.
The principles of science and research naturally also apply to other problems and solution goals. Therefore, this book has been designed to be useful to everyone.
At the same time it serves as an accompanying book to the online course of the same name at http://forschenlernen.jetzt – it summarizes all the video lessons, contains the task sheets and thus helps with more in-depth self-study.
Martin Gertler received his doctorate in 1999 from the University of Nijmegen (Netherlands) with an interdisciplinary study on the reception of a TV series.
Since 2002 he is professor for media design (especially audio visual and interactive media), media production, media theories and reception research in the media department of the Rheinische Fachhochschule Köln, a university of applied sciences.
In 2008 he was appointed founding rector of a new research university for continuing education in Berlin and for university professor.
Since 2011 he is visiting professor for doctoral supervision and promotor in the part-time graduate college of the University of Humanistic Studies / Universiteit voor Humanistiek, Utrecht (Netherlands).
In 2011 he founded the Humanistic Communication Research Institute (HCRI) and in 2015 together with other colleagues the Veganomics Institute.
He produces his audio-visual teaching media with his own resources. [mehr]
Stichwörter: Scientific Working, Scientific Writing, Research, Methods