240080 SE VM3 / VM6 - Chains of Dependency? (2018W)
The interdependent rights and entitlements of older people and migrant workers
- Registration is open from Th 20.09.2018 10:00 to Tu 02.10.2018 09:00
- Deregistration possible until We 31.10.2018 23:59
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Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
every participant needs to choose 1-3 key citations from the corresponding text for each session;
Presentation of one of the texts provided via Moodle – presenters are to provide a handout and prepare questions for the discussion following their presentation;
peer review among participants – feedback to seminar paper ideas is to be provided to at least one colleague via a dedicated Moodle forum before the last session;
Term paper (scientific seminar paper following a research question,15-20 pages)
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
b) Presentation, handout and moderation: max. 3 points
c) Participation, contribution to discussions, peer review: max. 3 points
d) Submit a written assignment/schriftl. Abschlussarbeit: max. 5 points
[Deadline for submission: 28.02.2019]
(15-20 pages, font size 12, line spacing 1.5, excluding bibliography)
d. sex as well as gender.
Students can thereby develop a sensitivity to detect where respective group interests overlap, contradict or complement each other.
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Lutz, Helma. 2018. ‘Care Migration: The Connectivity between Care Chains, Care Circulation and Transnational Social Inequality’. Current Sociology 66(4):577–89.Mahon, Rianne. 2018. ‘Through a Fractured Gaze: The OECD, the World Bank and Transnational Care Chains’. Current Sociology 66(4):562–76.Phelan, Amanda. 2008. ‘Elder Abuse, Ageism, Human Rights and Citizenship: Implications for Nursing Discourse’. Nursing Inquiry 15(4):320–329.Shutes, Isabel and Carlos Chiatti. 2012. ‘Migrant Labour and the Marketisation of Care for Older People: The Employment of Migrant Care Workers by Families and Service Providers’. Journal of European Social Policy 22(4):392–405.Williams, Fiona. 2018. ‘Care: Intersections of Scales, Inequalities and Crises’. Current Sociology 66(4):547–61.Yeates, Nicola. 2012. ‘Global Care Chains: A State-of-the-Art Review and Future Directions in Care Transnationalization Research’. Global Networks 12(2):135–54.