Undergraduate Module Descriptor
SSIM900: Contemporary Debates in Security, Conflict and Justice
This module descriptor refers to the 2018/9 academic year.
The unit introduces students to conceptual and theoretical issues in the study of security, conflict, and justice. It examines different disciplinary and theoretical approaches to these themes. Students will engage with normative, empirical and theoretical perspectives and the contemporary research agendas within and between disciplines.
|On successfully completing the programme you will be able to:|
|Module-Specific Skills||1. Understand and analyse critically a range of issues in contemporary security and conflict contexts at multiple levels, from the inter-personal to inter-state|
2. Understand and critically analyse justice from multiple disciplinary and conceptual perspectives
3. Wide knowledge and understanding of the state of the art on these issues in different disciplines;
|Discipline-Specific Skills||4. Plan and design independent research into an issue related to security, conflict, and justice; and,|
5. Engage in constructive, critical discussion about theoretical and disciplinary perspectives on critical issues in security, conflict and justice;
|Personal and Key Skills||6. Write articulately, concisely and persuasively about issues in security, conflict, and justice.|
7. Design, plan and deliver a group presentation