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Sociology

Periods

Period I (1-Sep-2011 – 21-Oct-2011)
Period II (24-Oct-2011 – 16-Dec-2011)
Period III (9-Jan-2012 – 9-Mar-2012)
Period IV (12-Mar-2012 – 20-May-2012)
Period (1-Sep-2011 - 21-Oct-2011)
Intermediate Studies [Period I]

Kinship has been a central concept in anthropology from its very onset, one of the few which anthropology managed to make its own. Radical shift in kinship studies came in 1970s and 1980s. The traditional approach has been challenged as too static, too fixed, too algebraic. The analytical feasibility of the very category of kinship has been undermined. The aim of this course is to shed light on these new critical developments. We will look at the demise of kinship studies brought about by the argument on their essentially Western ideas of biological reproduction, and their subsequent revitalization. This would include introduction of the Schneider?s critique and the feminist anthropologists? works on kinship, gender and power; motherhood and fatherhood; concept of relatedness; studies on the new reproductive technologies; gay and lesbian kinship; new family forms emerging in a consequence of divorces, separation, domestic and transnational adoptions; the migration-induced transnational families and cross-border marriages. We will discuss how recent theoretical and empirical works reformulated kinship, putting stress on process, flexibility negotiation, human agency, local meanings and symbols. How they countered the notions of ?naturalness? of marriage, sex, procreation and parenthood; kinship obligations and duty. After the course students are expected to identify central trends in the contemporary studies of kinship, and in a critical manner look at the folk assumptions on a family present in a public Euro-American discourse. 

The course consists of reading materials, discussions, lectures and the final essay.

 

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19-Sep-2011 – 17-Oct-2011
Periods: I
Language of instruction: English
Period (24-Oct-2011 - 16-Dec-2011)
Advanced Studies [Period II]

Neoinstitutionalism, Globalization and Localization of Transnational Models,  (6 op, 6 credits)

The aim of this course is to explore the localization of global models of rationality at the national and regional levels, whereby global harmonization developments on the one hand are complemented by banal nationalism on the other. Building on neoinstitutionalist world polity theory, the basic premise of this course is that while global models of rationality are, indeed, emerging and being institutionalised nationally, the actual processes of growing harmonization are far from uniform or simplistic, top-down adoption as is often assumed. Rather, the growing similarity of institutions and policies transnationally is matched by a rhetoric of nationalism on a domestic level. Insufficient attention has been paid in globalisation literature in general, and in world polity theory in particular, to how global models both construct similar-looking national institutions and
generate "nation-speak" while doing so. The course addresses this gap by presenting both theoretical literature on world polity theory and national case studies of global model adaptation.

Time: Period II Autumn (24.10.2011- 14.12.2011)

Ilmoittautuminen/kurssille hyväksyminen: Kurssi on seminaarimuotoinen, kurssille otetaan max 20 opiskelijaa ilmoittautumisjärjestyksessä. Kurssi on avoin sekä pää- että sivuaineopiskelijoille, ensisijaisesti kurssille valitaan sosiologian pääaineopiskelijoita, mutta paikkojen salliessa myös muita sosiaalitieteiden pääaineopiskelijoita.

Coordinators: Marjaana Rautalin ja Laura Valkeasuo

Other teachers: Karin Creutz-Kämppi (University of Helsinki), Elina Mikola, Jukka Syväterä, Ali Qadir, Pertti Alasuutari

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Course programme

The course consists of three introductory lectures, five seminar meetings, and of the final exam.

Introductory lectures (2 x 45 minutes) will induct the students into the basics of the neo-institutionalism theory, the world society theory, and to the theory on the domestication (localization) of transnational policy models.  In the introductory lectures, teachers also introduce case studies in which the world society theory is applied when the domestication (localization) of transnational policy models is studied at the local level. The teachers of the course will perform as lecturers.

In the seminar meetings (2 x 45 minutes), each student will introduce either alone or together with other student(s) one research article related to the themes discussed above which will then be discussed together in the meeting. In each seminar meeting, we will discuss two research articles. One article introduction/presentation should last for about 15-20 minutes, after which there will be a general discussion on the article. All students need to get familiar will all articles in advance in order to be able to take part in the general discussion on the article and to ask further questions from the presenting students. Teachers of the course will act as chairs of the meetings.

In the last meeting we will have the final exam. Instead of the final exam, the students can also choose the learning diary in order to accomplish the course. On the moodle page students will find all the instructions concerning the learning diaries and the presentation/introductions of the articles. The individual research articles to be discussed in the meetings will also be inserted in the moodle page of the course.

Time table of the course

Wed 26.10. Introductory lecture

Wed 2.11.  Lecture

Wed 9.11. Lecture

Wed 16.11. Seminar meeting

Wed 23.11. Seminar meeting

Wed 30.11.  Seminar meeting

Wed 7. 12.  Seminar meeting

Mon (!) 12.12.  Seminar meeting

Wed 14.12. Final exam

Each meeting will take place in Linna´s seminar room 5014 (5th floor) at 14-16pm.

 

 

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Teaching
26-Oct-2011 – 14-Dec-2011
Periods: II
Language of instruction: English
Period (9-Jan-2012 - 9-Mar-2012)
Intermediate Studies [Period III]

Youth Transition to Adulthood Today

(Based on comparative research between Finland and France, within EU context)

Course: for 18-20 students (20 maximum)

Course Goals:

The course introduces students to research conducted in advanced societies on youth transition to adulthood and youth prolongation. In the different lectures, the actual patterns and markers of transition to the stage of adulthood are examined, based on up-to-date studies. The lectures analyse the current phenomenon of youth extension and changes within the stage of transition itself. The course enlarges towards contemporary socio-economic restructuring and highlights the influence it bears upon young people's routes of integration within the wider social sphere.

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Teaching Plan/Spring Term 2012

24h course - includes: 12h lectures, 12h seminars;

Lectures on Mondays, 11-13, place: Linna 5016

Seminars on Thursdays, 12-14, place: Linna 5016

Timetable:

Lecture 1: Mon 6.2.2012: course introduction, course assessment, introduction to youth studies and youth transition, distribution of reading material

Seminar 1: Thu 9.2.2012: discussing existing theories on youth transition and course assessment (doing presentations and essay writing)

Lecture 2: Mon 13.2.2012: youth extension in figures and re-contextualisation, presentation of present socio-economic situation

Seminar 2: Thu 16.2.2012: presentations, discussing young people's present social context

Lecture 3: Mon 20.2.2012: school to work transition, and general information about Finland and France (socio-economic and historical backgrounds), doing comparative research

Seminar 3: Thu 23.2.2012: presentations, discussing cross-country research and the cases of Finland and France (eg. differences and similarities)

Lecture 4: Mon 27.2.2012: integrating the labour market, youth situation in Finland and France, young people's expectations from working life and dilemmas regarding integration into working life

Seminar 4: Thu 1.3.2012: presentations and discussing young people's strategies of integration in the labour market

Lecture 5: Mon 5.3.12: leaving the parental home and plans for family formation, living arrangements

Seminar 5: Thu 8.3.2012: presentations, discussing today's young people's attitudes towards living arrangements and starting a family

Lecture 6: Mon 19.3.2012: becoming adult, re-conceptualising concepts (youth and adulthood), new perspectives on transition, new pathways to adulthood

Seminar 6: Thu 22.3.12: presentations, discussing patterns of transition and social concepts change, course conclusion

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Learning outcomes

Students will gain knowledge on the contemporary and growing social phenomenon of youth extension, as well as the larger contextual structural causes that engender it. They will simultaneously get a clearer perspective on a given phenomenon but also its roots. In addition, students will be introduced to comparative research.

Teaching methods

The teaching occurs via lectures and seminars. The lectures provide theoretical knowledge on particular themes related to youth transition to adulthood. In the seminars, the themes are explored further during small presentations, group discussions and evaluation, based on relevant material (textbooks, articles).

Course assessment

- Participation in lectures and seminars

- The students will be required to write an essay (from a list of topics) based on one of the lecture themes.

- They will also be asked to give short presentations (usually in pairs) during the seminars, based on study material related to the lectures topics.

- Marking: grades from 1 to 5.

Enrolment for University Studies
Enrolment time has expired
Teaching
6-Feb-2012 – 22-Mar-2012
Periods: III IV
Language of instruction: English

The aim of the course is to study and discuss: How social institutions are understood in social sciences today? How social institutions have changed? What kinds of meanings are attached to changing institutions? Themes of the course are: effects of competitive society on social institutions, competitive society and gender and interrelationship between global actors and local institutions. The focus is on social institutions such as family, education, health, welfare services and gender.

The course will be composed of lectures (12 h) and a discussion sessions (8 h). To pass the course, active participation in lectures is required and students need to write a 5 page essay paper based on themes of the lectures. Essays will be discussed jointly during discussion session.

Lectures are in English and discussion session in English.

Preliminary lecture programme:

1.Introductory lecture, Tiina Tiilikka & Eriikka Oinonen (1.2.2012)

2.Family: changing social institution?, Eriikka Oinonen (8.2.2012)

3. Health and well-being in competitive society, Tiina Tiilikka (15.2.201)

4.University as a social institution, Tiina Mälkiä (22.2.2012)

5. Social services under reconstruction: older people as the care consumers, Lina van Aerschot (29.2.2012)

6. Feminine care and masculine business, Kirsi Hasanen (7.3.2012)

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Timetable and Places:

Lectures 1.2. -7.3.2012, Wednesdays at 13-15 p.m., place: LINNA 5014

Discussion sessions:

Tuesday 27.3./TIILIKKA 12-16 p.m., place: LINNA 5015

Tuesday 27.3./OINONEN 12-16 p.m., place: LINNA 5016

Wednesday 28.3./TIILIKKA 12-16 p.m., place: Virta 234

Wednesday 28.3./OINONEN 12-16 p.m., place: LINNA 5014

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The course compensates 6 ECTS:

  • Sociology: SOSLA2.4 Sosiaaliset instituutiot ja käytännöt
  • Social psychology: SPSYA2.4. Instituutiot, organisaatiot ja ryhmät
  • Social policy: SPOLA3A2 Hallinnan ja kansalaisuuden tutkimus
  • Women studies: NAISA2D Sukupuolistunut työelämä

 

 

Enrolment for University Studies
Enrolment time has expired
Teaching
1-Feb-2012 – 28-Mar-2012
Periods: III IV
Language of instruction: English
Advanced Studies [Period III]

Youth Transition to Adulthood Today

(Based on comparative research between Finland and France, within EU context)

Course: for 18-20 students (20 maximum)

Course Goals:

The course introduces students to research conducted in advanced societies on youth transition to adulthood and youth prolongation. In the different lectures, the actual patterns and markers of transition to the stage of adulthood are examined, based on up-to-date studies. The lectures analyse the current phenomenon of youth extension and changes within the stage of transition itself. The course enlarges towards contemporary socio-economic restructuring and highlights the influence it bears upon young people's routes of integration within the wider social sphere.

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Teaching Plan/Spring Term 2012

24h course - includes: 12h lectures, 12h seminars;

Lectures on Mondays, 11-13, place: Linna 5016

Seminars on Thursdays, 12-14, place: Linna 5016

Timetable:

Lecture 1: Mon 6.2.2012: course introduction, course assessment, introduction to youth studies and youth transition, distribution of reading material

Seminar 1: Thu 9.2.2012: discussing existing theories on youth transition and course assessment (doing presentations and essay writing)

Lecture 2: Mon 13.2.2012: youth extension in figures and re-contextualisation, presentation of present socio-economic situation

Seminar 2: Thu 16.2.2012: presentations, discussing young people's present social context

Lecture 3: Mon 20.2.2012: school to work transition, and general information about Finland and France (socio-economic and historical backgrounds), doing comparative research

Seminar 3: Thu 23.2.2012: presentations, discussing cross-country research and the cases of Finland and France (eg. differences and similarities)

Lecture 4: Mon 27.2.2012: integrating the labour market, youth situation in Finland and France, young people's expectations from working life and dilemmas regarding integration into working life

Seminar 4: Thu 1.3.2012: presentations and discussing young people's strategies of integration in the labour market

Lecture 5: Mon 5.3.12: leaving the parental home and plans for family formation, living arrangements

Seminar 5: Thu 8.3.2012: presentations, discussing today's young people's attitudes towards living arrangements and starting a family

Lecture 6: Mon 19.3.2012: becoming adult, re-conceptualising concepts (youth and adulthood), new perspectives on transition, new pathways to adulthood

Seminar 6: Thu 22.3.12: presentations, discussing patterns of transition and social concepts change, course conclusion

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Learning outcomes

Students will gain knowledge on the contemporary and growing social phenomenon of youth extension, as well as the larger contextual structural causes that engender it. They will simultaneously get a clearer perspective on a given phenomenon but also its roots. In addition, students will be introduced to comparative research.

Teaching methods

The teaching occurs via lectures and seminars. The lectures provide theoretical knowledge on particular themes related to youth transition to adulthood. In the seminars, the themes are explored further during small presentations, group discussions and evaluation, based on relevant material (textbooks, articles).

Course assessment

- Participation in lectures and seminars

- The students will be required to write an essay (from a list of topics) based on one of the lecture themes.

- They will also be asked to give short presentations (usually in pairs) during the seminars, based on study material related to the lectures topics.

- Marking: grades from 1 to 5.

Enrolment for University Studies
Enrolment time has expired
Teaching
6-Feb-2012 – 22-Mar-2012
Periods: III IV
Language of instruction: English
Postgraduate Studies [Period III]

Please, NOTICE!

The PLACE of the seminar/spring 2012 has changed !

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TCuPS Research Seminar

The research seminar is arranged by the research group. The seminar is a weekly gathering forum for researchers and PhD students working on or interested in themes and processes related to e.g. institutionalism, domestication, governance, globalization and transnational change.
The seminar is multidisciplinary and open to researchers at any stage of their career. Messages about the seminar meetings and papers discussed are sent through the University Moodle system; you need to apply for access to this "Globaalin muutoksen hallinta seminaari" to receive the information.

The login to the site is here:
https://learning.uta.fi/login/index.php

Place: During the spring semester 2012 the seminar is held at the university building in Pinninkatu 47 on Thursdays 12-14 o'clock, in seminar room 511. All the meetings on Thursdays will start at 12:15 o'clock.

Seminar Programme Spring 2012

Please, note that all papers should be delivered by the Monday prior the next meeting.

26th Jan: paper presented by Pertti , chair: Rina

2nd Feb: Winter Engagement with HEPO at Varala Sports Institute

9th Feb: paper presented by Marjaana, chair: Matti

16th Feb: No meeting

23th Feb
: paper presented by Lauri, chair: Marjaana

1st March: paper presented by Tanja, chair: Lauri

8th March
: paper presented by Jari & Virve, chair: Oscar

15th March: No meeting

22nd March: paper presented by Valtteri, chair: Elina

29th March
: No meeting (Sosiologipäivät at Kuopio)

5th April: paper presented by Li, chair: Virve

12th April: paper presented by Laura, chair: Jari

19th April
: No Meeting ("Foreign Impulses, Local Responses" Symposium in Helsinki)

26th April
: paper presented by Mirka, chair: Valtteri

3rd May
: paper presented by Jukka, chair: Ali

10th May: paper presented by Elina, chair: Laura

23- 24 May
: TCuPS 2-day Seminar

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More information about the research group:

http://www.uta.fi/yky/tcups/index.html

 

Teaching
26-Jan-2012 – 24-May-2012
Periods: III IV
Language of instruction: English
Period (12-Mar-2012 - 20-May-2012)
Intermediate Studies [Period IV]

Youth Transition to Adulthood Today

(Based on comparative research between Finland and France, within EU context)

Course: for 18-20 students (20 maximum)

Course Goals:

The course introduces students to research conducted in advanced societies on youth transition to adulthood and youth prolongation. In the different lectures, the actual patterns and markers of transition to the stage of adulthood are examined, based on up-to-date studies. The lectures analyse the current phenomenon of youth extension and changes within the stage of transition itself. The course enlarges towards contemporary socio-economic restructuring and highlights the influence it bears upon young people's routes of integration within the wider social sphere.

************************************

Teaching Plan/Spring Term 2012

24h course - includes: 12h lectures, 12h seminars;

Lectures on Mondays, 11-13, place: Linna 5016

Seminars on Thursdays, 12-14, place: Linna 5016

Timetable:

Lecture 1: Mon 6.2.2012: course introduction, course assessment, introduction to youth studies and youth transition, distribution of reading material

Seminar 1: Thu 9.2.2012: discussing existing theories on youth transition and course assessment (doing presentations and essay writing)

Lecture 2: Mon 13.2.2012: youth extension in figures and re-contextualisation, presentation of present socio-economic situation

Seminar 2: Thu 16.2.2012: presentations, discussing young people's present social context

Lecture 3: Mon 20.2.2012: school to work transition, and general information about Finland and France (socio-economic and historical backgrounds), doing comparative research

Seminar 3: Thu 23.2.2012: presentations, discussing cross-country research and the cases of Finland and France (eg. differences and similarities)

Lecture 4: Mon 27.2.2012: integrating the labour market, youth situation in Finland and France, young people's expectations from working life and dilemmas regarding integration into working life

Seminar 4: Thu 1.3.2012: presentations and discussing young people's strategies of integration in the labour market

Lecture 5: Mon 5.3.12: leaving the parental home and plans for family formation, living arrangements

Seminar 5: Thu 8.3.2012: presentations, discussing today's young people's attitudes towards living arrangements and starting a family

Lecture 6: Mon 19.3.2012: becoming adult, re-conceptualising concepts (youth and adulthood), new perspectives on transition, new pathways to adulthood

Seminar 6: Thu 22.3.12: presentations, discussing patterns of transition and social concepts change, course conclusion

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Learning outcomes

Students will gain knowledge on the contemporary and growing social phenomenon of youth extension, as well as the larger contextual structural causes that engender it. They will simultaneously get a clearer perspective on a given phenomenon but also its roots. In addition, students will be introduced to comparative research.

Teaching methods

The teaching occurs via lectures and seminars. The lectures provide theoretical knowledge on particular themes related to youth transition to adulthood. In the seminars, the themes are explored further during small presentations, group discussions and evaluation, based on relevant material (textbooks, articles).

Course assessment

- Participation in lectures and seminars

- The students will be required to write an essay (from a list of topics) based on one of the lecture themes.

- They will also be asked to give short presentations (usually in pairs) during the seminars, based on study material related to the lectures topics.

- Marking: grades from 1 to 5.

Enrolment for University Studies
Enrolment time has expired
Teaching
6-Feb-2012 – 22-Mar-2012
Periods: III IV
Language of instruction: English

The aim of the course is to study and discuss: How social institutions are understood in social sciences today? How social institutions have changed? What kinds of meanings are attached to changing institutions? Themes of the course are: effects of competitive society on social institutions, competitive society and gender and interrelationship between global actors and local institutions. The focus is on social institutions such as family, education, health, welfare services and gender.

The course will be composed of lectures (12 h) and a discussion sessions (8 h). To pass the course, active participation in lectures is required and students need to write a 5 page essay paper based on themes of the lectures. Essays will be discussed jointly during discussion session.

Lectures are in English and discussion session in English.

Preliminary lecture programme:

1.Introductory lecture, Tiina Tiilikka & Eriikka Oinonen (1.2.2012)

2.Family: changing social institution?, Eriikka Oinonen (8.2.2012)

3. Health and well-being in competitive society, Tiina Tiilikka (15.2.201)

4.University as a social institution, Tiina Mälkiä (22.2.2012)

5. Social services under reconstruction: older people as the care consumers, Lina van Aerschot (29.2.2012)

6. Feminine care and masculine business, Kirsi Hasanen (7.3.2012)

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Timetable and Places:

Lectures 1.2. -7.3.2012, Wednesdays at 13-15 p.m., place: LINNA 5014

Discussion sessions:

Tuesday 27.3./TIILIKKA 12-16 p.m., place: LINNA 5015

Tuesday 27.3./OINONEN 12-16 p.m., place: LINNA 5016

Wednesday 28.3./TIILIKKA 12-16 p.m., place: Virta 234

Wednesday 28.3./OINONEN 12-16 p.m., place: LINNA 5014

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The course compensates 6 ECTS:

  • Sociology: SOSLA2.4 Sosiaaliset instituutiot ja käytännöt
  • Social psychology: SPSYA2.4. Instituutiot, organisaatiot ja ryhmät
  • Social policy: SPOLA3A2 Hallinnan ja kansalaisuuden tutkimus
  • Women studies: NAISA2D Sukupuolistunut työelämä

 

 

Enrolment for University Studies
Enrolment time has expired
Teaching
1-Feb-2012 – 28-Mar-2012
Periods: III IV
Language of instruction: English
Advanced Studies [Period IV]

Youth Transition to Adulthood Today

(Based on comparative research between Finland and France, within EU context)

Course: for 18-20 students (20 maximum)

Course Goals:

The course introduces students to research conducted in advanced societies on youth transition to adulthood and youth prolongation. In the different lectures, the actual patterns and markers of transition to the stage of adulthood are examined, based on up-to-date studies. The lectures analyse the current phenomenon of youth extension and changes within the stage of transition itself. The course enlarges towards contemporary socio-economic restructuring and highlights the influence it bears upon young people's routes of integration within the wider social sphere.

************************************

Teaching Plan/Spring Term 2012

24h course - includes: 12h lectures, 12h seminars;

Lectures on Mondays, 11-13, place: Linna 5016

Seminars on Thursdays, 12-14, place: Linna 5016

Timetable:

Lecture 1: Mon 6.2.2012: course introduction, course assessment, introduction to youth studies and youth transition, distribution of reading material

Seminar 1: Thu 9.2.2012: discussing existing theories on youth transition and course assessment (doing presentations and essay writing)

Lecture 2: Mon 13.2.2012: youth extension in figures and re-contextualisation, presentation of present socio-economic situation

Seminar 2: Thu 16.2.2012: presentations, discussing young people's present social context

Lecture 3: Mon 20.2.2012: school to work transition, and general information about Finland and France (socio-economic and historical backgrounds), doing comparative research

Seminar 3: Thu 23.2.2012: presentations, discussing cross-country research and the cases of Finland and France (eg. differences and similarities)

Lecture 4: Mon 27.2.2012: integrating the labour market, youth situation in Finland and France, young people's expectations from working life and dilemmas regarding integration into working life

Seminar 4: Thu 1.3.2012: presentations and discussing young people's strategies of integration in the labour market

Lecture 5: Mon 5.3.12: leaving the parental home and plans for family formation, living arrangements

Seminar 5: Thu 8.3.2012: presentations, discussing today's young people's attitudes towards living arrangements and starting a family

Lecture 6: Mon 19.3.2012: becoming adult, re-conceptualising concepts (youth and adulthood), new perspectives on transition, new pathways to adulthood

Seminar 6: Thu 22.3.12: presentations, discussing patterns of transition and social concepts change, course conclusion

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Learning outcomes

Students will gain knowledge on the contemporary and growing social phenomenon of youth extension, as well as the larger contextual structural causes that engender it. They will simultaneously get a clearer perspective on a given phenomenon but also its roots. In addition, students will be introduced to comparative research.

Teaching methods

The teaching occurs via lectures and seminars. The lectures provide theoretical knowledge on particular themes related to youth transition to adulthood. In the seminars, the themes are explored further during small presentations, group discussions and evaluation, based on relevant material (textbooks, articles).

Course assessment

- Participation in lectures and seminars

- The students will be required to write an essay (from a list of topics) based on one of the lecture themes.

- They will also be asked to give short presentations (usually in pairs) during the seminars, based on study material related to the lectures topics.

- Marking: grades from 1 to 5.

Enrolment for University Studies
Enrolment time has expired
Teaching
6-Feb-2012 – 22-Mar-2012
Periods: III IV
Language of instruction: English
Postgraduate Studies [Period IV]

Please, NOTICE!

The PLACE of the seminar/spring 2012 has changed !

**********************************************

TCuPS Research Seminar

The research seminar is arranged by the research group. The seminar is a weekly gathering forum for researchers and PhD students working on or interested in themes and processes related to e.g. institutionalism, domestication, governance, globalization and transnational change.
The seminar is multidisciplinary and open to researchers at any stage of their career. Messages about the seminar meetings and papers discussed are sent through the University Moodle system; you need to apply for access to this "Globaalin muutoksen hallinta seminaari" to receive the information.

The login to the site is here:
https://learning.uta.fi/login/index.php

Place: During the spring semester 2012 the seminar is held at the university building in Pinninkatu 47 on Thursdays 12-14 o'clock, in seminar room 511. All the meetings on Thursdays will start at 12:15 o'clock.

Seminar Programme Spring 2012

Please, note that all papers should be delivered by the Monday prior the next meeting.

26th Jan: paper presented by Pertti , chair: Rina

2nd Feb: Winter Engagement with HEPO at Varala Sports Institute

9th Feb: paper presented by Marjaana, chair: Matti

16th Feb: No meeting

23th Feb
: paper presented by Lauri, chair: Marjaana

1st March: paper presented by Tanja, chair: Lauri

8th March
: paper presented by Jari & Virve, chair: Oscar

15th March: No meeting

22nd March: paper presented by Valtteri, chair: Elina

29th March
: No meeting (Sosiologipäivät at Kuopio)

5th April: paper presented by Li, chair: Virve

12th April: paper presented by Laura, chair: Jari

19th April
: No Meeting ("Foreign Impulses, Local Responses" Symposium in Helsinki)

26th April
: paper presented by Mirka, chair: Valtteri

3rd May
: paper presented by Jukka, chair: Ali

10th May: paper presented by Elina, chair: Laura

23- 24 May
: TCuPS 2-day Seminar

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More information about the research group:

http://www.uta.fi/yky/tcups/index.html

 

Teaching
26-Jan-2012 – 24-May-2012
Periods: III IV
Language of instruction: English