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SOCIAL SCIENCE

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SL 3501
100 WORKS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD (PART 1)
CREDIT POINTS 15

Course Co-ordinator: Dr J Bone, Dr H Brandenburg, Dr A Widfelt, Dr R Wishart

Pre-requisite(s): 240 credits from level 1 & 2 courses following an MA degree programme.

Students will be asked to choose a specific work for extended in depth study, selected from a range of 100 works identified by the course coordinators as being of particular social and political significance.

1 one-hour introductory seminar.
2 one-hour meetings to discuss progress of individual projects in liaison with relevant members of staff (each course).
Students allocated to members of staff as mentors throughout the course of the project will receive 3 hours individual supervision. The aim is to provide relatively informal guidance, given that a central aim of these courses is to develop and enhance individual scholarship and independent research skills.

1st Attempt: One 3,000-3,500 word literature review of the selected work (100%).

Students will be required to demonstrate an interdisciplinary perspective in their examination and analysis of selected works i.e. that encompasses a range of theoretical and disciplinary standpoints.

Resit: Resubmission of assignment.

Formative Assessment and Feedback Information

Oral feedback will be provided by supervisors on an ongoing basis, while detailed written feedback will be provided on a draft and final submission.

SL 3801
100 WORKS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD (PART 2)
CREDIT POINTS 15

Course Co-ordinator: Dr J Bone, Dr H Brandenburg, Dr A Widfelt, Dr R Wishart

Pre-requisite(s): 240 Credits from level 1 & 2 courses, and successful completion of 100 Works that Changed the World (Part 1)

Students will be asked to choose a specific work for extended in depth study, selected from a range of 100 works identified by the course coordinators as being of particular social and political significance.

1 one-hour introductory seminar.
2 one-hour meetings to discuss progress of individual projects in liaison with relevant members of staff (each course)
Students allocated to members of staff as mentors throughout throughout the course of the project (3 hours). The aim is to provide relatively informal guidance, given that a central aim of these courses is to develop and enhance individual scholarship and independent research skills.

1st Attempt: 1 3000-3500 analysis of the selected work, critically evaluating its social and political significance and the factors that may have contributed to the latter.
Students will be required to demonstrate an interdisciplinary perspective in their examination and analysis of selected works i.e. that encompasses a range of theoretical and disciplinary standpoints

Resit: Resubmission of assignment

Formative Assessment and Feedback Information

Oral feedback will be provided by supervisors on an ongoing basis, while detailed written feedback will be provided on a draft and final submission.