- To make students know more about the phenomena of "social policy", "welfare state" and their practical realization.
- Able to think critically and interpret the experience
- work with information: find, define and use the information from different sources which required for solving of research and professional problems
- capable of analyzing the political phenomena and political processes by using political science methods and in support of practical decision making process
- able to work in a team
- Class 1. Lecture.
- Class 2. Lecture.
- Class 3. Lecture.
- Class 4. Lecture.
- Class 5. Seminar.
- Class 6. Seminar.
- Class 7. Seminar.
- Class 8. Seminar.
- In-class participationAssesses each student’s involvement and his/her input in the class discussions and other individual in-class activities (e.g. quizzes, tests, etc).
- attendanceAssesses each student’s involvement and his/her input in the class discussions and other individual in-class activities (e.g. quizzes, tests, etc).
- PresentationEach student is supposed to deliver one or two (depending on the size of the class) presentation on topics covered by the syllabus. Students are supposed to work in small groups and prepare presentations that should be delivered by all group members.
- ExaminationFinal examination is conducted in the form of the in-class written exam. Students are supposed to prepare an in-class written text of at least 800-1000 words addressing one of the questions (by their choice) that cover core topics of the course and are offered by the instructor immediately before the start of the examination.
- 2022/2023 2nd module0.2 * attendance + 0.3 * Presentation + 0.3 * In-class participation + 0.2 * Examination
- Kennett, P. (2004). A Handbook of Comparative Social Policy. Edward Elgar Publishing.
- Kennett, P., & Lendvai-Bainton, N. (2017). Handbook of European Social Policy. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsebk&AN=1577575