150033 SE Fachspezifisches Seminar PR (M3) - Strategic Gaming (2015W)
The South China Sea Conflict
- Anmeldung von Di 15.09.2015 10:00 bis Do 01.10.2015 10:00
- Abmeldung bis Do 22.10.2015 10:00
Termine (iCal) - nächster Termin ist mit N markiert
++++++ IMPORTANT INFORMATION:This course will be offered as seminar (SE) with 10 ECTS for students of the MA program of Sinology. Here, students need to write an extended seminar thesis.For all other students (MA EcoS, Complementary Study Programme: Intercultural Skills East Asia [EC Interkulturelle Kompetenz Ostasiens] as well as all other study programs) this class will be offered as SE with 4 ECTS. Here, the final paper will be a much shorter evaluation paper.Please understand that students cannot choose between both versions due to technical reasons ++++++This course will be offered as a block seminar. The info meeting will take place on Tuesday, November 17, 1:15-6:15pm in Lecture Room 16, main building. The game will take place on Saturday/Sunday, December 12/13, 9am-6pm in SIN1 (Campus, court 2, entrance 2.3).
Ziele, Inhalte und Methode der Lehrveranstaltung
Art der Leistungskontrolle und erlaubte Hilfsmittel
Active participation in the game: 40%
Paper II: Evaluation of the group's performance during the game (6-8 pages): 30%Assessment #2 (students of the MA program Sinology A 066 811):Paper I: Analysis of the group’s interests, aims and means (6-8 pages): 20%
Active participation in the game: 30%
Paper II: Seminar thesis: Analysis of the conflict of interests with other claimants and
suggestions for the solution and negotiation tactics (15-20 pages): 50%Attendance in the first session, submission of papers and continuous attendance at both game days are a necessary pre-condition for a positive grade.
Mindestanforderungen und Beurteilungsmaßstab
- acquiring a deeper understanding of the interests and positions of the parties concerned
- developing skills to enhance strategic thinking and acting and negotiating in complex situations.In our case of the South China Sea conflict, students will form groups of up to 10 actors with between 3 and 6 students (depending on the total number of students). These groups will include the main actors in the region (i.e. China, USA), local claimants (i.e. Vietnam, the Philippines and Malaysia), distant actors with interests in the region (i.e. India, Russia) or international organizations (i.e. ASEAN or the EU).
Zuordnung im Vorlesungsverzeichnis
EC A153 (kann statt VU History of East Asia absolviert werden),
M4 für Ecos