Year of entry: 2018
Course unit details:
Politics of Hate
|Unit level||Level 3|
|Teaching period(s)||Semester 2|
|Available as a free choice unit?||Yes|
This course builds upon aspects of other courses from second and third year by including elements of theory, electoral politics and issues of international politics. It takes a distinctive approach by considering the role of hate in politics. The course will have one 2hour lecture/workshop and one 1hour tutorial per week. Assessments are one essay (60%, 4,000words) and two small projects (20%, 750 words each).
Essay 4,000 words 60%;
Projects: 2 projects of 20% each, 750 words each
Politics staff will provide feedback on written work within 15 working days of submission via Blackboard (if submitted through Turnitin).
Students should be aware that all marks are provisional until confirmed by the external examiner and the final examinations boards in June.
For modules that do not have examination components the marks and feedback for the final assessed component are not subject to the 15 working day rule and will be released with the examination results. This applies to Semester 2 modules only. Semester one modules with no final examination will have their feedback available within the 15 working days.
You will receive feedback on assessed essays in a standard format. This will rate your essay in terms of various aspects of the argument that you have presented your use of sources and the quality of the style and presentation of the essay. If you have any queries about the feedback that you have received you should make an appointment to see your tutor. Tutors and Course Convenors also have a dedicated office hour when you can meet with her/him to discuss course unit specific problems and questions.
On assessments submitted through Turnitin you will receive feedback via Blackboard. This will include suggestions about ways in which you could improve your work in future. You will also receive feedback on non-assessed coursework, whether this is individual or group work. This may be of a more informal kind and may include feedback from peers as well as academic staff
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|Angelia Wilson||Unit coordinator|