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Two Assistant Professorships. LSE, London, UK

 

- Assistant Professor in Social Psychology/Economic Psychology - Assistant Professor in Social Psychology/Community Psychology

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London School of Economics, Department of Social Psychology
Assistant Professor in Social Psychology/Economic Psychology
Salary: Not less than £51,908

Applications are invited from outstanding candidates in the field of psychology / economics / anthropology. In addition to general duties in the Department of Social Psychology, you will contribute to setting up and running a new MSc in Social Psychology of Economic Life and develop the associated research field with Profs Saadi Lahlou and Frederic Basso. Our goal is to advance and teach alternative models to the current mainstream in behavioural and economic psychology, including action research approaches and a commitment to improving human well-being and sustainability.

You must have completed your PhD, teaching experience and an established or emerging track record of excellent research. We expect candidates to have a commitment to critical engagement marked by inter-disciplinarity and real-world applied research, multiple methodologies and an understanding of psychology as a social science. We are not interested in candidates who specialise only in desk or laboratory research. The Social Psychology department focuses on real-world research using innovative research methodologies. Please take a look at the department’s website and research interests before you apply. Professional experience outside of academia would be seen as an advantage.
For half a century, the Department of Social Psychology has been the home of Societal Psychology and a leading centre for research in real world settings. We do field research on five continents, house four peer-reviewed journals and our student population is global, including more than 50 nationalities.
We also have a thriving research student community.
Our current domains of interest are organisational social psychology, community development and health, social and cultural psychology, social and public communication and consumer psychology.
Collegiality is one of our values; we want an open team player who will engage and contribute to our current research and teaching.

For more information: http://www.lse.ac.uk/socialPsychology/Home.aspxhttp://www.lse.ac.uk/socialPsychology/Home.aspx
London School of Economics, Department of Social Psychology

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Assistant Professor in Social Psychology/Community Psychology
Salary: Not less than £51,908
Applications are invited from outstanding candidates in the fields of social, community and/or health psychology, who have a particular interest in the role of collective action or health communication in advancing health and well-being in global settings. In addition to general teaching in the Department of Social Psychology, the successful candidate will contribute to two of the Department’s MSc programmes: the MSc in Health, Community and Development and the MSc in Social and Public Communication.
The Department has a particular interest in the development of theoretical frameworks that inform and advance concrete programmes of real-world collective action for health (ranging from e.g. peer education to community mobilisation to social movements) and health communication (ranging from
e.g. face-to-face encounters to old and new social media), especially in contexts of local and global health inequalities.

You must have completed your PhD, teaching experience and an established or emerging track record of excellent research. We expect candidates to have a commitment to critical intellectual engagement marked by inter-disciplinarity and real-world research, multiple methodologies and an understanding of psychology as a social science. We are not interested in candidates who specialise in desk or laboratory research. Please take a look at the department’s website and research interests before you apply. Professional experience outside of academia would be seen as an advantage.
For half a century, the Department of Social Psychology has been the home of Societal Psychology and a leading centre for research in real world settings. We have a strong tradition of work in the ‘scholar-activist’ tradition. We do field research in five continents and our student population includes more than 50 nationalities. In addition to our MSc programmes, we also have a thriving PhD research student community.

Overall, the Department’s current domains of interest are organisational social psychology, community development and health, social and cultural psychology, social and public communication andconsumer psychology. Collegiality is one of our values; we want an open team player who will engage and contribute to our current research and teaching.

For more information: http://www.lse.ac.uk/socialPsychology/Home.aspxhttp://www.lse.ac.uk/socialPsychology/Home.aspx

 

Updated October 31, 2014




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