Students must take 180 credits comprised of 120 taught credits (including core and option modules) and a 60 credit dissertation. 90 credits from A (all modules compulsory); 30 additional credits B or C; Dissertation on some aspect of Chinese Politics (compulsory) Dissertation. Must be written on some aspect of Chinese Politics.
Some Chinese scholars (weasel words) such as Zhou Tianyong, as of 5 April 2005 the vice director of research of the Central Party School, argue, as of September 2004, that gradual political reform, as well as repression of those pushing for overly rapid change over the next twenty years, (needs update?) will be essential if China is to avoid an overly turbulent transition to a middle class.
The dissertation can be taken in either Politics or the School of East Asian Studies. These modules provide students with a foundation in the main approaches to studying the discipline as a whole, but with a particular reference to East Asia. It examines the major structures, actors, and ideas shaping international politics in East Asia today and introduces students to new theories about.In the second year and third years you will be able to choose from a broad range of options, such as: The Politics of Race; Modern Political Thought; Politics and History of the Middle East; International Relations, Security and Sustainability; Politics of Development and Global Changes; Understanding Key Economic Concepts; Issues in Contemporary Politics and Philosophy. For more details and.The MA Politics and Media in East Asia addresses both international political issues and media trends in East Asia. You will learn about major political trends in the region, while developing in-depth knowledge about the role media plays in these developments by influencing public opinion and shaping mutual perception of people in the region. Depending on your interests, you can specialise in.
Research Design and Dissertation in International Development. DV410 and MY410 together provide students a coordinated introduction to research design and a selection of research methods used in development research. The objective is to enable students to conduct independent research, to assess the methods used to generate evidence, and to critically assess the quality and validity of research.Read More
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ESPS0034 - Introduction to Chinese Politics. Course value: 15 credits Convenor: Dr. Igor Rogelja Duration: One term (Term 1) Teaching structure: Two-hour seminar Assessment: 1 assessed policy report of 1,000 words (20%), 1 assessed essay of 3,000 words (80%) Available to: Priority will be given to ISPS Mandarin major language students, but all ISPS students are welcome (as space permits.Read More
Introduction: Local Legislatures in Chinese Politics 3 also grown in importance both as local lawmakers and as “information brokers” between the central and local levels by dint of their complex networks.4 Some provincial legislatures have even turned down Party nominees for important leadership posts in an attempt to express local discontent over the center’s personnel selections, or to.Read More
Officially titled the People's Republic of China, China has the highest population of any country on Earth. It has the second largest economy, is a nuclear power and has a permanent seat on the.Read More
Disclaimer This online prospectus has been drafted in advance of the academic year to which it applies. Every effort has been made to ensure that the information is accurate at the time of publishing, but changes (for example to course content) are likely to occur given the interval between publishing and commencement of the course.Read More
Alongside the Chinese language, you will be able to choose from courses on film, politics, modern and pre-modern history, literature, contemporary Chinese society and economic history. You will also continue to develop your Chinese studies dissertation project under formal supervision with an assigned supervisor. The dissertation will help you.Read More
Students get to choose between a History or a Politics Dissertation, which is an extended piece of coursework based on independent research and supervised on a one-to-one basis on a topic of the student's choice, which our students generally find to be the most enjoyable and fulfilling part of their studies. Course units for year 3. The course unit details given below are subject to change.Read More
Year 2 (Politics dissertation) Core modules will deepen your understanding of the disciplines of history and politics, enhancing your skills in critical thinking, independent research, and intellectual creativity. You'll put these advanced skills into practice and shape your degree around your own interests in choosing the rest of your second.Read More