150055 SE International Relations in East Asia (2019S)
- Registration is open from Fr 01.02.2019 10:00 to We 27.02.2019 15:00
- Deregistration possible until Fr 22.03.2019 10:00
Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N
To ensure a smooth proceeding of the seminar, be on time!
Students who are late by more than 10 minutes will not be signed in on the attendance list (thus count as absent).
Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
• Individual presentations and handouts (one A4 page) (20%)
• Feedback and discussion of presentation findings, written and in class (10%)
• Seminar paper, 10.000 words (+/- 500 words) excl. front- and back-matter (cover page, table of content, list of references, appendices, etc.), due 31 July 2019, 11:55 pm (50%)
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
Please note: To ensure a smooth proceeding of the seminar, be on time! Students who are late by more than 10 minutes will not be signed in on the attendance list (thus count as absent).For the presentations, please upload your ppt and handout 24h in advance via Moodle. Unannounced (less than 48h in advance) absence on the day of your presentation results in an immediate fail of the presentation and the whole course.Grading is based on a “continuous assessment of coursework” (“Prüfungsimmanente Lehrveranstaltung”). Repetition of individual assessment criteria, therefore, is not possible.General Rules of Good Academic Practice apply. Non-compliance will result in legal measures according to the regulations of the University of Vienna. All written submissions via Moodle are subject to an automated plagiarism check.All minimum requirements and assessment criteria will be discussed during the first class. By continuing this course, students accept all minimum requirements and assessment criteria. Attendance at the first class thus is mandatory. Absence at the first meeting will lead to automatic de-registration from this course.
Reus-Smit, Christian, and Duncan Snidal, eds. The Oxford Handbook of International Relations. 1st ed. The Oxford Handbooks of Political Science. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008.