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300107 SE Seminar for Masters, Diploma and PhD-students in Anthropology (2011S)

3.00 ECTS (2.00 SWS), SPL 30 - Biologie
Continuous assessment of course work


Donnerstags 17:00-18:30 Uhr (Konferenzraum Anthropologie)
Beginn: 3. März 2011

!Dieses SE findet gemeinsam mit dem Diplomandenseminar von Prof. S. Kirchengast statt!

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Details

max. 15 participants
Language: German

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Aims, contents and method of the course

Students present and defend their bio-anthropological theses in their various stages, from the preparation of the research question per se through proposal, data collection, analyses, and finally, successful completion. These serial presentations of the work process do not only urge the candidates to continuously update literature and reflect their topic. The subsequent discussions also provide critical feed-back as well as training in scientific arguments. From these exercises benefit all students involved, either presenting or non-presenting. In addition, there is reflection on the latest literature on topic.

Assessment and permitted materials

Oral participation, presentation of thesis in various stages

Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

Das Ziel ist, die Studenten im fachspezifischen Diskurs mit einem vertiefenden Verständnis ihrer eigenen Arbeiten auszurüsten und sie auf Veröffentlichungen (auf Konferenzen und in Fachzeitschriften) entsprechend vorzubereiten. Durch die Vermittlung und Training einer entsprechenden Diskussionskultur profitieren sowohl gerade präsentierende wie nichtpräsentierende Studierende.

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