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7. Specialization Modules (G)

Im Diplomstudienplan Politikwissenschaft sind im zweiten Studienabschnitt mindestens drei Module (bzw. 24 modulspezifische Semesterwochenstunden) erfolgreich zu absolvieren. Ein Spezialisierungsmodul umfasst Lehrveranstaltungen im Ausmaß von 8 Semesterwochenstunden. Davon sind mindestens eine Vorlesung (VO) mit 2 Semesterwochenstunden) und ein Seminar (SE ) mit 2 Semesterwochenstunden zu absolvieren.
Des weiteren ist in einem der drei ausgewählten Spezialisierungsmodulen ein vierstündiges Forschungspraktikum (FoP) zu besuchen. Das FoP gilt als Seminar (SE) und ersetzt somit das notwendige SE im jeweiligen Modul. Darüber hinaus ist das FoP Modul-unabhängig, d.h.: Ein FoP kann für jedes Spezialisierungsmodul verwendet werden.

Studierende anderer Studienrichtungen können Proseminare aus den Bereichen G1-G10 (und D1-D6, erster Studienabschnitt) anstelle von Grundkursen aus den Kernfächern (C) besuchen.
Anstelle von C1 kann ein Proseminar aus den Modulen D1, D2, D4, G8 oder G10 besucht werden.
Anstelle von C2 kann ein Proseminar aus den Modulen D1, D5, D6, G1, G4, G6 oder G9 besucht werden.
Anstelle von C3 kann ein Proseminar aus den Modulen D1, D5, D6, G1, G5, G6, G7 besucht werden.
Anstelle von C4 kann ein Proseminar aus den Modulen D1, G1, G2, G3, G5 oder G7 besucht werden.
Näheres hierzu im Leitfaden für LV-Anmeldungen: http://spl.univie.ac.at/index.php?id=10233

210160 VO G1, G6: European Politics of Education and Educational Systems - Humboldt between Lisbon and Bologna
210125 SE F, G1: Hans Kelsen and the EU - On modern Statehood
210175 SE G1: European Governance - Pluralistic Systems of Regulation in the European Multi-Level System
210180 SE G1: Switzerland and the EU - A Rapprochement
210007 SE G1, G6: Flexicurity as a Concept for Welfare State Reform? - European and Comparative Perspectives
210302 VO G2, G10: War
210257 PS [en] G2, G3: Complex Emergencies and the Transformation of the Humanitarian Field - A Comparison of the Rwanda and the Darfur Crisis
210219 SE G2, G5: Transition to Democracy - Paradigms in Theory and Practice
210220 SE G2, G8: "Structures of social disparity and the search for a latin-american identity" - "Strukturen sozialer Ungleichheit und die Suche nach lateinamerikanischer Identität"
210294 SE G2, G3, G7: Argentina, Chile and Brazil in Comparison - The Political System, Political Parties and Foreign Politics
210257 PS [en] G2, G3: Complex Emergencies and the Transformation of the Humanitarian Field - A Comparison of the Rwanda and the Darfur Crisis
210225 PS G3: The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict - Actors, Structures and Discourses
210234 SE G3, Diss: Research Seminar: Social Psycological Approaches to International Politics - Social Psycological Approaches to International Politics
210235 SE G3: China's Rise to a Global Power - National and International Implications
210294 SE G2, G3, G7: Argentina, Chile and Brazil in Comparison - The Political System, Political Parties and Foreign Politics
210300 SE [en] G3: American Political Parties, Elections and Campaigns - Towards the 2008 Presidential Election
210163 VO G4: Political Structures of Intermediation 2 - Parties in the Austrian Political System
210028 PS G4: Structures of Public Interest Placement 2 - Interest Organisations and Organisations of the Civil Society in the Political System of Austria
210241 PS G4, G6: Political Leadership - Qualifaction, Competence and Performance
210295 SE G4, G9: The Informatisation and Economization Trends in the Public Administration - Political Education and Bureaucracy Research
210248 PS G4, G9: After the Memorial Year ist before the Memorial Year - 2005, 2008 and Politics of History
210250 SE G4: From Public Administration to Public Management? - Reforms of bureacracy in Austria in the Last Decade
210219 SE G2, G5: Transition to Democracy - Paradigms in Theory and Practice
210260 SE [ru] G5: Ways of Russian Post-Communism - "Sovereign Democracy" and "Network-Diplomacy"
210307 SE G5: Political Memory as a Factor of European Integration - Poland and the Baltic States
210261 SE G5, Diss: Research Seminar - Problems of Democracy, defect Democracies and Authoritarian Tendencies in New EU Member States
210160 VO G1, G6: European Politics of Education and Educational Systems - Humboldt between Lisbon and Bologna
210241 PS G4, G6: Political Leadership - Qualifaction, Competence and Performance
210262 PS G6: Labour Policy - On the Political Economy of the Transformation of Labour
210007 SE G1, G6: Flexicurity as a Concept for Welfare State Reform? - European and Comparative Perspectives
210020 SE G6: Europe: Confederation or Federation? - Political and economical aspects
210263 PS G7: Politics in Australia and Canda in Comparison: Similar and yet different - A Common Origin, different Output and Outcome of Policy
210294 SE G2, G3, G7: Argentina, Chile and Brazil in Comparison - The Political System, Political Parties and Foreign Politics
210095 VO D1, G8: Women have no fatherland? - Equality, difference and identity in contemporary feminist political theories
210059 PS D1, G8: The Public/Private Divide Revisited? - Human Rights, Neoliberalism and Conceptions of Gender
210216 SE G8, G10, Diss: FoSe: Religion, Gender and Race in Colonial Discourse - Theories of Religion and the Construciton of the "Other"
210220 SE G2, G8: "Structures of social disparity and the search for a latin-american identity" - "Strukturen sozialer Ungleichheit und die Suche nach lateinamerikanischer Identität"
210264 SE G8: Equalisation Policy in the EU - From the Contracts of Rome to Gender Mainstreaming
210248 PS G4, G9: After the Memorial Year ist before the Memorial Year - 2005, 2008 and Politics of History
210295 SE G4, G9: The Informatisation and Economization Trends in the Public Administration - Political Education and Bureaucracy Research
210072 VO D3, G10: The Power of Movement - Transformation of the Field of Sport
210302 VO G2, G10: War
210181 PS G10: Popular Culture and National Identity - Hollywood and the Construction of America
210182 PS G10: The Principle of Power - A Theoretical Perspective on the Category of Power
210185 PS G10: Pictures of the Alien, Pictures of the Own - Migration in Movies
210124 SE F, G10: Psychoanalitical Foundations of Political Psychology - Authority, Conflict and Ambivalence
210183 SE G10, Diss: Research Seminar: Hannah Arendt's Total Domination - Genesis, Reception and Timeliness of a Concept
210187 SE G10, Diss: Research Seminar: The Neoliberal Regime over the Bellies - An Analysis of Campaigns against "Obeseness" of Bodies and Institutions
210188 SE G10: Poststructuralist Theories of the Political - New Perspectives and Theoretical Dilemmata
210216 SE G8, G10, Diss: FoSe: Religion, Gender and Race in Colonial Discourse - Theories of Religion and the Construciton of the "Other"
210016 SE FOP: Research Practice (To be continued in the summer term 2008) - The Jewish Massacre in Rechnitz (März 1945)
210129 SE FOP: Research Practice (To be continued in summer 2008) - Motives and Reasons for Dropping Out
210146 SE FOP: Research Practice - How Do International Enviromental Politics work?
210254 SE FOP: Research Practice - Political Rhetoric
210255 SE FOP: Research Practice - Structural Changes in Public Administration
210297 SE FOP: Research Practice - The U.S. Foreign- and Security Policy in the Campaign 2007/2008: a Simulation

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