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PO384 - East Asian Transformations: A Political Economy Perspective

  • Module code: PO384
  • Module name: East Asian Transformations: A Political Economy Perspective
  • Department: Politics and International Studies
  • Credit: 30

Content and teaching | Assessment | Availability

Module content and teaching

Principal aims

The module seeks to: offer an overview of the dynamics and characteristics of the East Asia region; facilitate an examination of past and contemporary issues pertaining to East Asian political economies and their development; provide advanced level knowledge of a region which is of growing international importance, and on which expertise is increasingly in demand; equip students with the conceptual and analytical tools to make sense of the region’s political and economic transformation; enhance student research skills through the collection and analysis of information from a wide range of primary and secondary sources.

Principal learning outcomes

By the end of the module, students should be able to: demonstrate knowledge of and analytical insight into processes of political, economic and cultural change in the region; combine empirical knowledge of East Asia with theoretical insight in all aspects of the module; locate the study of regional dynamics within the wider field of political economy theorizing; analyse critically complex ideas, both orally and in writing, in relation to the issues influencing the transformation of East Asia; construct and substantiate a critical argument.

Timetabled teaching activities

1 x Lecture and 1 x Seminar per week. Classes begin in week 1 of the autumn term and finish in week 20

Departmental link

http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/pais/studyundergrad/ugmodules/po384

Module assessment

Assessment group Assessment name Percentage
30 CATS (Module code: PO384-30)
A (Assessed work only) Assessed Course Work 50%
Assessed Course Work 50%
Examination - Main Summer Exam Period (weeks 4-9) 100%
Assessed Course Work 50%
Examination - Main Summer Exam Period (weeks 4-9) 50%
Assessed Course Work 100%

Module availability

This module is available on the following courses:

Core

N/A

Optional Core
  • Undergraduate Economics, Politics and International Studies (LM1D) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Economics 4 Year Variants (LM1H) - Year 3
Optional
  • Undergraduate Economics, Politics and International Studies (LM1D) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Economics 4 Year Variants (LM1H) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Economics 4 Year Variants (LM1H) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Politics (M100) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Politics (with Intercalated Year) (M101) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Politics with International Studies (M160) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Politics with International Studies (with Intercalated Year) (M161) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Politics, International Studies and Quantitative Methods (M162) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Politics and International Studies (M16A) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Politics and International Studies (with Intercalated Year) (M16B) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Politics with French (M1RC) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Politics and Sociology (ML13) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Politics and Sociology (with Intercalated year) (ML14) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate French with International Studies (R1MA) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate French with International Studies (R1MA) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Italian with International Studies (R3M1) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Philosophy, Politics and Economics (V7ML) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Philosophy, Politics and Economics (with Intercalated year) (V7MM) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Philosophy, Politics and Economics (V7MP) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Philosophy, Politics and Economics (with Intercalated year) (V7MQ) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Philosophy, Politics and Economics (V7MR) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Philosophy, Politics and Economics (V7MR) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Philosophy, Politics and Economics (with Intercalated year) (V7MS) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate History and Politics (VM11) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate History and Politics (with Year Abroad) (VM12) - Year 4