Department of Political Science

Man and Cultures

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  1. Brænder, Morten

    Digital culture and communication (blogs, milblogs), History of mentalities (english civil war, puritanism), Identity, Medieval political philosophy, Nationalism (Nationalism and religion), Qualitative Methods, Sociology of religion (Civil religion, Religion in public space), State and sovereignty, USA (Religion in the USA), Violence

    • Kaas, Jonas Gejl

      Identity (Diaspora politics, National identity, Ontological security), Qualitative methods (Discourse analysis, Historical methods, Interpretive methodology and methods, Narrative analysis, Textual ethnography), Security (Foreign policy analysis, Foreign policy crisis, Kosovo crisis, Military intervention, Russian foreign policy, Ukraine crisis), The international community (International political sociology)

      • Laustsen, Carsten Bagge

        Conflict (Terrorism and the fight against terrorism), Critical theory (Poststructuralism), Ideology and attitudes (Political ideologies and ideology analysis), Power and politics (the political theory of power), Religion and politics (Relgion and the politics of security), Violence (Violence in war)

        • Mouritsen, Per

          Citizen involvement, Communitarianism and multiculturalism (new American political theories) (Theories of multicultural society), Nationalism, Public service, Republicanism, Society and citizens (Cititizenship, Immigration and Integration Policy, National identity)

          • Pedersen, Jørgen Dige

            Development, Development economics, Development of states (Development assistance, India and Brazil: State regulation and economic), India

            • Rasmussen, Jesper

              Citizen involvement (Online communities, Social Media), Conflict, Psychology of democracy (Social identity)

              • Skewes, Lea

                Gender (Gender Diversity), Identity (Discrimination, Marginalized gender positions, Sexism), Social psychology (Gender Stereotypes)