Naam
Naamdr.ir. J Nijland
RoepnaamHanneke
Emailhanneke.nijland@wur.nl

Werk
OmschrijvingOnderzoeker
OrganisatieDepartement Maatschappijwetenschappen
OrganisatieeenheidPhilosophy
Telefoon
Mobiel
Telefoon secretariaat+31 317 484 178
Telefoon 2
Fax
Notitie voor telefonist
Notitie door telefonist
BezoekadresHollandseweg 1
6706KN, WAGENINGEN
Gebouw/Kamer201/4045
Postadres
Bodenummer90
Reguliere werkdagen
Ma Di Wo Do Vr
Ochtend
Middag

Biografie

Hanneke Nijland has been studying and working in the field of human-animal relations for over 15 years. Her speciality lies in designing, guiding and performing interpretive framing research, with the aim of uncovering meaningful patterns and shedding light on the ambiguity and ambivalence that often accompany these relationships. She holds a PhD in Strategic Communication. Learn more about Hanneke’s expertise on her personal website: http://www.hannekenijland.com


Expertiseprofiel
Expertise
Vaardigheden
  • Onderzoek
  • Interpretatief onderzoek
  • Onderzoeksmethoden
  • Studentbegeleiding
  • Consultancy
  • Brainstorming
  • Mindmapping
Sociale media
  Hanneke Nijland op Linkedin

Publicaties
Kernpublicaties
Onderzoeker ID's

Projecten

Disentangling the domestic contract - Understanding the everyday-life construction of (non-)acceptability of farming animals for food
http://www.wageningenur.nl/en/show/Disentangling-the-Domestic-Contract.htm

Anthropocene ethics - Taking animal agency seriously
https://anthropoceneethics.wordpress.com/


Onderwijs

Communication and organisations
Margit van Wessel, Hanneke Nijland | CPT-35306
Organisations constantly interact to stay in tune with their environments. In this course, we take up the questions of why and how of external and internal communication of organisations, zooming in on key themes and challenges. In a group case study, you put theory into practice in a real life example.

Research for effective communication
Hanneke Nijland, Jasper de Vries | CPT-34806
The development of an individual research proposal in the area of communication for intervention is a central activity in this course. You develop a problem statement and research questions, learn to find and use literature, develop a conceptual and theoretical framework, and take decisions about research approach, design and methodology.

Caption Text
  • mail
  • chat
  • print

Profiel