20 Credits SPRING


Pre-requisites: No

No


Aims/Description: A variety of topics will be set. For each topic, a short list of key readings is provided. Having chosen a topic, students are expected to master the readings, and to supplement them with at least two other pieces of relevant literature that they have used the available library and web resources to uncover. They then, having agreed a title with the tutor assigned to them for the module, write an extended essay that identifies the central issue (or issues) under discussion, relates the various responses to that issue found in the literature, evaluates those contributions, and goes some way to identifying a satisfactory resolution of the issues.

Restrictions on availability: No

Staff Contact: BYERLY TIMOTHY R
Teaching Methods: Tutorials, Independent Study
Assessment: Project work

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