Students are able to analyse and to evaluate socio-political discourse and practices from the perspectives of citizenship, inclusion and inequality. Students are able to describe related social conflicts in an ethically sustainable way and to identify their own position as future experts and as enablers of social change.
In this module, students learn about key socio-political concepts related to citizenship, inclusion and inequality and their presence in global, national and local practices and people’s daily lives. The module comprises a book examination or teaching which varies from year to year.
Intermediate Studies in Social Sciences, YKT-A01, 60 cr
Basic Studies in Social Sciences, YKT-P01, 25 cr
Gough, Ian (2017) Heat, greed and human need. Climate change, capitalism and sustainable wellbeing. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing
Hvinden, Bjorn & Johansson, Håkan (2008) Citizenship in Nordic Welfare States. Dynamics of Choice, Duties and Participation In a Changing Europe. London: Routledge.