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141018 SE M5b - SE Modern Turkish Literature (reading texts included) (2021S)

Continuous assessment of course work



max. 19 participants
Language: German



The term is to be digital according to the present plan.


Aims, contents and method of the course

Aims and contents: Guidance in writing a short individual paper on gender characteristics in modern Turkish literature, which will first be determined by the students.
Method: informative texts, reports on research, discussion. Homework that is checked and discussed with the students. Individual or general discussion per video for this purpose.

Assessment and permitted materials

No final examination, but see under "Mindestanforderungen und Beurteilungsmaßstab" (Minimum requirements and criteria of evaluation).

Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

The minimum requirement for a positive evaluation is constant active collaboration (missing thrice at most is permitted), an oral report complete with handout, and the writing of a seminar paper (including a possible consultation talk thereon) in the form of a paper on gender characteristics in modern turkisch literature according to the rules of good scholarly practice (among other things: no plagiarism! acceptable linguistic and stylistic level! correct citing!). The collaboration includes research on a small scale and reports on it as well as discussion. Each partial accomplishment will be evaluated individually. The seminar paper (and possible consultation talk) will make up 60% of the evaluation, the oral report with handout and other collaboration 40% thereof.

Examination topics

Determining and interpreting linguistic gender characteristics in modern Turkish literature.

Reading list

Pdfs of articles and books will be sent the students per mail unless present online in the library.

Association in the course directory

MA-TU: Osmanische Literatur II: Litwiss. SE

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