HKOB0109FU KOR, Topics of Contemporary Korean Society from Regional and Global Perspectives (Korean Studies Content Course ) (F23)

Volume 2022/2023
Education

Udbydes til:

Bacheloruddannelsen i asienstudier (koreastudier) 2019

Bachelortilvalg i japanstudier, kinastudier, koreastudier (asienstudier) og moderne Indien og sydasienstudier 2019

Kandidattilvalg i tværkulturelle studier 2019

Content

In this course, we will learn some of the important topics pertaining to contemporary Korean society from regional and global perspectives. The topics will include lack of regional institutions in Northeast Asia, environmental degradation, measures of historical reconciliation, manifestations of memory, seuxal violence during armed conflict and refugee policies among others. This course is to help the students cultivate a deeper understanding of the South Korea-specific topics by considering other empirical cases to comprehend the particular as well as universal aspects of them. While most of the readings on comparative perspectives will be in English, readings on empirical Korean cases will be in Korean.

Learning Outcome

Bacheloruddannelsen i asienstudier (koreastudier) 2019

Koreastudier realia 1 (Aktivitetskode: HKOB00941E)

Koreastudier realia 2 (Aktivitetskode: HKOB00981E)

 

Bachelortilvalg i japanstudier, kinastudier, koreastudier (asienstudier) og moderne Indien og sydasienstudier 2019

Koreastudier realia 1 (Aktivitetskode: HKOB10121E)

Koreastudier realia B: (Aktivitetskode: HKOB10161E)

 

Exchange students:

Korean studies content B: (Activity code: HKOB10161E)

Will be available in Absalon

Under studieordningen Bachelortilvalg i japanstudier, kinastudier, koreastudier (asienstudier) og moderne Indien og sydasienstudier 2019 udbydes Koreastudier realia 3 (Aktivitetskode: HKOB10141E) kun som en del af et studiemønster, mens Koreastudier realia A (Aktivitetskode: HKOB10151E) og Koreastudier realia B (Aktivitetskode: HKOB10161E) er enkeltstående tilvalg.
It is recommended that students have passed the course: Introduction to Korean Studies, Modern: Korean History, Society, and Culture after the Opening of Korea.
For elective students there are no recommendations
Workshop, Team teaching, group work, guidance and lectures
  • Category
  • Hours
  • Lectures
  • 56
  • Preparation
  • 328,5
  • Practical exercises
  • 28
  • Total
  • 412,5
Oral
Individual
Collective
Continuous feedback during the course
Feedback by final exam (In addition to the grade)
Peer feedback (Students give each other feedback)
Credit
15 ECTS
Type of assessment
Other
Criteria for exam assesment