This course provides the background for understanding the complexity of the ways in which global flows affect or alter the social structures at several levels. Theories and case studies will be presented as the basis for analysing various dimensions within development and migration. The students will be assessed based on their ability to reflect upon methodology and problem based learning processes, especially as regards development of own skills in addressing interdisciplinary work
The module includes themes within:
The module consists of lectures and seminars, including exercises and student contributions.
|Name of exam||Transnational Migration|
|Type of exam|
Written examThe three courses will be jointly evaluated in one examination: an internally assessed individual written examination. The examination is a 48-hour take-home assignment comprising issues within the subject areas of the three modules. The assignment paper must not exceed 10 pages.
|Assessment||7-point grading scale|
|Type of grading||Internal examination|
|Criteria of assessment||The criteria of assessment are stated in the Examination Policies and Procedures|
|Study Board||Study Board of International Affairs|
|Department||Department of Politics and Society|
|Faculty||The Faculty of Social Sciences|