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PO9B4 - East Asian Development: National and regional perspectives

  • Module code: PO9B4
  • Module name: East Asian Development: National and regional perspectives
  • Department: Politics and International Studies
  • Credit: 20

Content and teaching | Assessment | Availability

Module content and teaching

Principal aims

This module introduces students to the study of East Asian Development (focussing on both the Northeast and Southeast Asian regions). The module asks students to examine how and why this part of the world has, in general, experienced such impressive economic growth and considers the social transformations that have accompanied this global shift. The module looks firstly at the historical and cultural factors that have influenced economic change in the region, Then the module turns to consider how various scholars have identified the state – specifically the ‘developmental state’ – as central to the region’s economic transformation. Finally the economic transformation of Asian economies is located within an analysis of the changing regional political economy –specifically the rise of regional political institutions and frameworks. The module will therefore (a) introduce students to various approaches to the study of East Asian Development, (b) enable students to make meaningful comparisons between the development trajectories of states in North east and South east Asia, (c) enable students to situate an understanding of Northeast East and Southeast Asian development within a regional context

Principal learning outcomes

(1) to develop students’ ability independently to analyse the development strategies of individual countries, to compare them and to draw out generalisations which could have significance for other states; (2) to enable students to link theoretical and empirical analysis of political and economic material; (3) to develop research skills, particularly strategies for searching for material, including on the Internet; (4) to develop students’ ability to make presentations.

Timetabled teaching activities

1 weekly 2 hour seminar

Departmental link

https://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/pais/study/studymasters/pgmodules/po9b4

Module assessment

Assessment group Assessment name Percentage
20 CATS (Module code: PO9B4-20)
A (Assessed work only) 5000 word essay 100%

Module availability

This module is available on the following courses:

Core

N/A

Optional Core

N/A

Optional
  • Postgraduate Taught International Political Economy (M1P3) - Year 2
  • Postgraduate Taught International Politics and East Asia (M1P8) - Year 2
  • MA in International Politics and Europe (M1PA) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Studies with (with NTU Singapore) (M91N) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Studies with (with NTU Singapore) (M91P) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Studies (with Universität Konstanz, Germany) (M92N) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Studies (with Universität Konstanz, Germany) (M92P) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Studies (with Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona) (M93B) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Studies (with Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona) (M93C) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Studies (with Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona) (M93D) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Studies (with Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona) (M93E) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Studies (with Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona) (M93G) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Studies (with Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona) (M93J) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Studies (with Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona) (M93L) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Studies (with Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona) (M93N) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Studies (with Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona) (M93P) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Journalism, Politics and International Studies (with Monash University) (M94B) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Journalism, Politics and International Studies (with Monash University) (M94C) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Journalism, Politics and International Studies (with Monash University) (M94D) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Journalism, Politics and International Studies (with Monash University) (M94E) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Journalism, Politics and International Studies (with Monash University) (M94G) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Journalism, Politics and International Studies (with Monash University) (M94H) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Journalism, Politics and International Studies (with Monash University) (M94J) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Journalism, Politics and International Studies (with Monash University) (M94L) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Journalism, Politics and International Studies (with Monash University) (M94N) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Journalism, Politics and International Studies (with Monash University) (M94P) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Service (with American University, Washington DC) (M95B) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Service (with American University, Washington DC) (M95C) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Service (with American University, Washington DC) (M95D) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Service (with American University, Washington DC) (M95E) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Service (with American University, Washington DC) (M95G) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Service (with American University, Washington DC) (M95H) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Service (with American University, Washington DC) (M95J) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Service (with American University, Washington DC) (M95L) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Service (with American University, Washington DC) (M95N) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Service (with American University, Washington DC) (M95P) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Global Governance (with University of Waterloo, Canada) (M96B) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Global Governance (with University of Waterloo, Canada) (M96C) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Global Governance (with University of Waterloo, Canada) (M96D) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Global Governance (with University of Waterloo, Canada) (M96E) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Global Governance (with University of Waterloo, Canada) (M96G) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Global Governance (with University of Waterloo, Canada) (M96H) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Global Governance (with University of Waterloo, Canada) (M96J) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Global Governance (with University of Waterloo, Canada) (M96L) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Global Governance (with University of Waterloo, Canada) (M96N) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Global Governance (with University of Waterloo, Canada) (M96P) - Year 2
  • Postgraduate Taught International Relations (M9P9) - Year 2
  • Postgraduate Taught International Security (M9PC) - Year 2
  • Postgraduate Taught Public Policy (M9PF) - Year 2
  • Postgraduate Taught United States Foreign Policy (M9PQ) - Year 2
  • Postgraduate Taught Political and Legal Theory (M9PS) - Year 2
  • MA in International Development (M9PT) - Year 2
  • MA in Research in Politics and International Studies (M9PU) - Year 2
  • Postgraduate Politics and International Studies: Big Data and Quantitative Methods (M9PY) - Year 2