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Course Exam

230059 VO Sustainable Development - Magic Bullet or Green Myth? (2017W)

4.00 ECTS (2.00 SWS), SPL 23 - Soziologie

Friday 26.01.2018

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Note: The time of your registration within the registration period has no effect on the allocation of places (no first come, first served).

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Examination topics

The content of the lecture units, the provided literature, and own literture research.

Assessment and permitted materials

- Format: Scientific essay (length 15.000-20.000 characters, including blanks).
- Topic: Choose a topic from the thematic area of the lecture series.
- Criteria for the essays: convincing research question and topic, clear structure, refering to several lecture units and the provided literature (minimum 3 provided texts and additional own literatur research).
- Place of submission: Please upload the essay on Moodle and submit a printed copy at the Institut for Sociology, Rooseveltplatz 2, 1090 Wien, 3. floor, white letter box of the "Studienservicestelle Soziologie" (access: Mo-Fr 8:00-19:00)
- Submission date: please choose and register via u:space for one of the following four examination dates:

- 26.01.

- 02.03.

- 27.04.

- 29.06.

Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

- Format: Scientific essay (length 15.000-20.000 characters, including blanks).
- Topic: Choose a topic from the thematic area of the lecture series.
- Criteria for the essays: convincing research question and topic, clear structure, refering to several lecture units and the provided literature (minimum 3 provided texts and additional own literatur research).

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