The research team's work will be based on a new multidisciplinary premise. It aims to strengthen the University's research profile particularly in the strategic profiles of Northern well-being, education and work, culture-centred service design, and sustainable development, law and justice. ProSoc is based on its multidisciplinary character, strong research data and genuinely new research initiatives. The strength of ProSoc is open data and project expertise based on strong skills and knowledge within the group, as well as broad and diverse national and international networks.
The work mode of the ProSoc research team is based on three principles.
First, all members will collect empirical data and shares analysing
responsibilities based on the principle of joint scholarly writing. This
principle creates the capacity for the research infrastructure.