Preparation of a social research IV 6 Gender Embodiment and Gender

Preparation of a social research iv 6 gender

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Preparation of a social research (IV) 6 Gender Embodiment and Gender Performativity 6 Preparation of a social research (V) 7 Sexual Discourses 7 Workshop on report writing 8 Sexualities and Sexual Minorities 8 Presentation 1 9 Gender and Language 9 Presentation 2 10 Gender and Media 10 Presentation 3 11 Transformation of Love and Intimacy 11 Presentation 4 12 The Male Image and Masculinities 12 Presentation 5 Page 2 of 5
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13 Round-up 13 Presentation 6 A ssessment Weighting Continuous Assessment: 100% Examination: 0% 100% Assessment Methods for C ontinuous Assessemnt Co ntinuous Assessment Percentage Brief Description Group Project 30% (Group 20% + Individual 10%) Students are required to conduct a simple social research including first hand data collection. News Commentary 20% (Individual) Students are required to apply concepts or theory related to gender to analyse a gender related social issues. Individual Reflective paper 20% (Individual) Students are required to write an essay as a reflection on specific activities or interviews which will be introduced in detail in the assignment guideline. Test 20% (Individual) To be conducted at the end of the semester Participation 10% (Individual) Assessment on participation is based on the motivation the students shown in discussion on lecture and tutorial. Total 100% Page 3 of 5
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As far as awarding marks for participation is concerned, a lecturer may consider the guidelines below with regard to a student’s behaviour: Complete silence at all times and do not talk even when repeatedly asked by peers or teachers 0 out of 100 participation marks No initiative to talk but will talk when asked by peers or teacher 25 out of 100 participation marks Has an initiative to talk with peers, and to respond to teacher’s questions 50 out of 100 participation marks Has an initiative to talk with peers, to respond to teacher’s questions, and to lead peers to talk
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