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Seminar IB/IIB/IIIB(E)

[Lecture Course Basic Information]

Lecturer: David Green
Other Lecturers: *
Course Type: Seminar
Semester: Spring
Year:* 2&3&4
Course Periods:* Thu 16:30-18:00
Credits:* 2
Whether mandatory or not:* *
Classroom:* The class will be conducted entirely online for the Spring 2020 term. 

 

Outline of Lecture Course

Political Science is a broad field, encompassing the study of political interactions among individuals, groups, states and systems. This course intends to present students with some of the major issues, debates and topics in international political science, and provide students the opportunity to pursue their own research interests within the political science discipline.

Because students should already have some prior exposure to the fundamental concepts of political science, after a brief review the instructor will clarify student research and learning interests, tailoring course content and readings to the student cohort. Most of the course will consequently be centered around discussions of important readings and instructor-administered debates among students.

Course Objectives Students will expand their knowledge of their chosen political science topic, whether it be domestic politics, comparative politics, international relations or political economy. This course will thus not only allow students to refine their research interests and expand their expertise, but it will provide practical experience in analysis, presentations and paper writing.
Textbooks Weekly readings will be assigned by the instructor and posted on the Canvas system.
Course Materials/Supplementaries None
Assessment

Class participation and discussion… 30%

Presentation.. 30%

Paper… 40%

Prerequisites A good command of the English language (reading, speaking, and writing) is required.
Instructions for Out-of-Class Study Please do the readings before each class.
Responding to Student Questions Professor can be contacted after class or by email to arrange appointment. 
Other Notes

Please do the readings before each class.

Because the class will be taught online for the Spring 2020, course materials will be uploaded to the NUCT website. Please check NUCT regularly.

Additionally, note that the syllabus is subject to change given the online nature of the course.

 

Lecture Theme Lecture Course Description Learning outside the class Related page

 

Introduction

 

 

Review – comparative politics and international relations

 

 

Review – domestic politics and political economy

 

 

Presentation and discussion

 

 

Presentation and discussion

 

 

Presentation and discussion

 

 

Presentation and discussion

 

 

Presentation and discussion

 

 

Presentation and discussion

 

10

 

Presentation and discussion

 

11

 

Presentation and discussion

 

12

 

Presentation and discussion

 

13

 

Presentation and discussion

 

14

 

Presentation and discussion

 

15

 

Presentation and discussion

 

※Students who wish to enroll as a member should access the URL below.
Log in using the Nagoya University ID and password, and click on "Enroll in Course".

https://canvas.law.nagoya-u.ac.jp/enroll/TMFMDN

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