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PPR392c: Ethics of Communication

Tutor: Neil Manson

Term: Lent

Course Description

These Seminar options are mounted specifically to provide work at an advanced level for third year single and combined major students.

Special Subject classes run as seminars: the tutor convenes the group and suggests reading but does not lecture. Students are required to attend special subject seminars regularly. Each seminar group member takes their turn in making a presentation to the seminar, and it is the presentation that forms the basis for the seminar discussion. It also forms the basis for the submitted written coursework.

Learning Outcomes:     

  On successful completion of this module students will be able to:

  • Give a sustained critical discussion of one substantial theme or line of argument that is in part or whole constitutive of the chosen topic.
  • Use the resources of small study group to develop their own critical thinking.

Assessment:

100% coursework:  5,000 word mini-dissertation.

Teaching Method:    

One seminar (2 hours) weekly.

Further details will be circulated via email later this term.

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