to provide students with theoretical and practical/factual knowledge about the most important processes within the field of regional integration and regionalisation. Furthermore, theoretical approaches of particular relevance in this context will be discussed.
In the lectures students will work with the main theoretical approaches to explaining developments and understanding phenomena within the field. The specific development of selected regions will also be presented. By discussing selected examples, students will become familiar with the applications of the theories and will be introduced to critical angles on the theories. The module will form the basis of further theoretical and practical work within the field in the project module of the semester.
The module consists of lectures and seminars, possibly with exercises and student contributions.
|Prøvens navn||Regional Integration and Regionalisation|
SkriftligThe module is evaluated at an internal individual written examination. The examination will take the form of a 24-hour take-home assignment within the syllabus of the module. The content of the assignment will be announced at the beginning of the course. The assignment paper must not exceed four pages. The paper will be assessed by the examiner. Papers assessed by the examiner to be awarded with the grade 02 or the grade 12, will also be assessed by a co-examiner.
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|Vurderingskriterier||The grade 12: will be awarded to students who give an excellent
performance and demonstrate that they have fulfilled the objectives
for the module exhaustively or with only few insignificant
The grade 02: will be awarded to students who demonstrate that they have fulfilled the minimum acceptable level of the learning objectives above for the module, i.e. at least basic knowledge of the main theories and topics that are treated in the course literature.
|Engelsk titel||Regional Integration and Regionalisation|
|Studienævn||Studienævnet for Internationale Forhold|
|Fakultet||Det Samfundsvidenskabelige Fakultet|