2 country PhD study???

posted
07-Jun-20, 15:16
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posted about 1 month ago
Hello all,

I hope everyone is well during lockdown.

I had a question - is a 2 country comparative analysis for a PhD (social sciences) possible/allowed?! I am currently on intermission so technically not allowed to contact my supervisors (and they are taking that seriously...!) to ask.

But I was wondering if anyone here has any experience with it? Is it common? How did it go?

Thanks!
Wanda
posted
09-Jun-20, 00:38
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by rewt
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posted about 1 month ago
I am an engineer and not a social scientist but I think the answer is yes. As I know a psychology student who was looking at differences between former-USSR countries. I think it is completely acceptable but you will need a strong methodology.

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