The lecture course is open for:
- students of the Bachelor's Programme in Social Research and
- exchange students of the programme.
- Other students are also welcome.
As the number of participants is limited to 100 students, priority is given to 1.) students of Bachelor’s Programme in Social Research and exchange students of the programme, 2.) students of other Bachelor Programmes in the faculty of Social Sciences.
Basic studies in social sciences or other relevant discipline.
After completing the course the students are familiar with some of the ways the topics of equality and justice are approached in the current research within social sciences in Finland.
It is recommended that the students have completed the basic studies in social sciences or other relevant discipline.
The course will offer an introduction to current societal issues related to equality and justice in our society. The topic will be approached from the perspectives of various social sciences.
Course literature (approximately 8 articles altogether) will be announced by the beginning of the course.
Graded on a scale of 0 to 5 (0 = Fail, 1 = Passable, 2 = Satisfactory, 3 = Good, 4 = Very Good, 5 = Excellent)
Evaluation is based on the learning diary. To pass the course all course work requirements must be met.
Teaching language: English
Compulsory course work includes:
- Attending the lectures.
- Weekly written asignments based on lectures and provided reading (one article for each lecture).
- A learning diary.
More information on the requirements will be given by the beginning of the course.