Social and Economic Geography and Spatial Management

Proposed candidates for supervisors

  • Spatial diversity of demographic processes (population ageing, depopulation, natural growth)
  • Directions and intensity of migration to urban functional areas
  • The second demographic transition
  • Development stages of urbanisation processes (suburbanisation, reurbanisation)
  • The development of small towns in Poland and in the world
  • The structure of use and ownership of urban land
  • Functional and spatial diversity of cities
  • Smart city
  • Development and functioning of tourist space in cities
  • Labour geography, in particular: labour market transition processes of university graduates
  • Human functioning on the labour market in various regions of Poland and the world in changing socio-political-economic conditions
  • Vocational typifications and their impact on socio-economic development in selected regions of the world; determinants of the educational labour market in Poland and the world
  • Research on the conception and optimisation of geography education at school and university level, in particular: tutoring in geography education
  • Quality of education in higher education
  • Working with pupils/students with special educational needs
  • Career specificity of geography teachers
  • Effectiveness of new teaching-learning methods and strategies
  • Methodological innovations in social geography, mainly in the field of: methods and techniques of social qualitative research
  • Methods of analysing qualitative primary and secondary data
  • Social and economic geography in the scope of: natural and cultural conditions of tourism
  • Research on tourism space, tourism landscape and cultural landscape

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