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School of Politics and International Relations

POL315 Doing International Politics

POL315 Doing International Politics (POL315B - Spring)

Credits: 15
Semester: B

Overlap: None
Prerequisite: None

Description: This elective module introduces students into international politics as a practical activity engaged by everyone including students themselves. It reviews the latest theories and methods in studying social and political life as a practical activity. It teaches students how to study the ways in which people become international political actors in doing things with words, images, and sounds by deploying these theories. It enables students to use methods appropriate for studying international politics as a practical activity and initiates students into thinking about themselves as international political actors.


Connected course(s): Compulsory for: None
Assessment: Essay - 2500 words (40%) and 2 hour Exam (60%)
Level: 6