Joint-honours information for 2016 entry

Crimes against Humanity (Spr)

Module L5103B

Module details for 2016/17.

30 credits

FHEQ Level 6

Module learning outcomes

Systematically understand the main fundamental insights produced by philosophy and social theory into the phenomena of crimes against humanity.

Develop and sustain theoretical and conceptual arguments about crimes against humanity and reconciliation

Review and make independent judgements about the strengths and weaknesses of different perspectives, critically evaluating their uncertainties and ambiguities

Explain and critically evaluate connections between different theoretical approaches

Assimilate and evaluate evidence from case studies of mass atrocity in order to comment on current research in relation to these.

Critically evaluate literature on crimes against humanity to make judgments about how these can be reconciled or restituted.

TypeTimingWeighting
Coursework100.00%
Coursework components. Weighted as shown below.
EssayA2 Week 1 100.00%
Timing

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Weighting

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Spring SemesterLecture1 hour11111111111
Spring SemesterSeminar2 hours11111111111

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