Anti-Discrimination in Politics and Education: Challenges and Strategies
|Kod przedmiotu:||WSM.IE-S306D||Kod Erasmus / ISCED:||(brak danych) / (0314) Socjologia i kulturoznawstwo|
|Nazwa przedmiotu:||Anti-Discrimination in Politics and Education: Challenges and Strategies|
|Punkty ECTS i inne:||
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Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr zimowy 2019/2020" (zakończony)
|Okres:||2019-10-01 - 2020-01-28||
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Wykład, 30 godzin, 20 miejsc więcej informacji
|Koordynatorzy:||Jolanta Ambrosewicz-Jacobs, Karolina Czerska-Shaw|
|Prowadzący grup:||Jolanta Ambrosewicz-Jacobs, Karolina Czerska-Shaw|
|Lista studentów:||(nie masz dostępu)|
|Zaliczenie:||Przedmiot - Egzamin|
|Ocena wliczana do średniej:||
(tylko po angielsku) EK1: the student possesses extended and organized knowledge about the terminology used in social sciences and the humanities (K2_W03++)
EK2: the student possesses organized and broad knowledge about traditional and contemporary trends and systems in the fields of anthropology, sociology, philosophy and social psychology and understands its historic and cultural prerequisites (K2_W16++)
EK3: the student is able to research, select and make use of information using an appropriate selection of sources, and knows how to apply a suitable gradation with regards to the used sources (K2_U01+++)
EK4: the student possesses the ability to give content-related arguments using the views of different authors and respecting divergent opinions of other participants of the discussion (K2_U6+++)
EK5: the student is able to prepare an oral presentation, which is either the result of group work or of individual work (K2_U10+++)
EK6: the student is aware of the level of his/her knowledge and abilities, understands the need for constant education with regards to his/her professional career and personal development and is able to decide on the direction of his/her personal development (K2_K01+)
EK7: the student is able to determine the aims of his/her activities and to decide on priorities and the order of realization of his tasks (K2_K03++)
(tylko po angielsku) none
|Forma i warunki zaliczenia:||
(tylko po angielsku) Assessment
Evaluation methods for the learning outcomes:
• assessment of group discussions at the beginning of every lecture, which summarize the main points of the previous lectures
• assessment of the selection and knowledge of the chosen literature for individual students’ presentations in class
• assessment of participation in in-class discussions
Students are expected to discuss the readings and develop their own position on the issues discussed. Each student will be required to introduce or co-introduce one class, present one reading assigned for that day and raise question for discussion. The presentation should be approx. 25 minutes long and be supplemented by a one-page fact sheet.
Evaluation of multimedia presentations 50% of grade
Discussions and students journals 50% of grade
Students may have no more than 2 unexcused absenses. Each absence above the limit will need to be made up with the course instructors. Students who are absent for more than 40% of the classes will automatically fail the course.
|Metody sprawdzania i kryteria oceny efektów kształcenia uzyskanych przez studentów:||
(tylko po angielsku) Knowledge:
EK1 (K2_W03), EK2 (K2_W16) – group project
EK3 (K2_U01), EK4 (K2_U06) – evaluation of the thoroughness and integrity on the basis of the knowledge of the lecturer and critical remarks from the group. Assessment of the group discussions at the beginning of each lecture, which summarize the main points of the previous lecture. Assessment of participation and argumentation skills during in-class discussions. Evaluation of student’s journals
EK5 (K2_U10) – presentation/lecture/speech. Assessment of the choice and knowledge of the literature used for the individual in-class presentations
EK6 (K2_K01). EK7 (K2_K03): analysis of the students’ progress with regards to activity during lectures, presentation of literature, participation in the project; volunteer work
|Metody dydaktyczne - słownik:||
Metody eksponujące - film
(tylko po angielsku) Project method
|Bilans punktów ECTS:||
(tylko po angielsku) Participation in seminars/discussions: 30 h
Independent research, including 5 h of volunteer work: 25 h
Independent preparation of presentation: 15 h
Independent preparation of the project: 25 h
Preparation for classes – readings: 30h
|Wymiar, zasady i forma odbywania praktyk:||
(tylko po angielsku) N/A
(tylko po angielsku) |
The course aims to introduce students to the mechanisms behind stereotypes, (in)tolerance, (anti)discrimination, and the building of the (negative) Other, in order to understand, analyse and explore ways in which these can be broken down and dispelled, diffused and changed. From theory to practice, the course takes students through the conceptual/ theoretical background and straight to practical solutions within the sphere of policy-making and education. Students will also engage in their own diagnosis, analysis and formulation of solutions to concrete problems of discrimination and intolerance.
(tylko po angielsku) |
1. Introduction to the course - literature, format, requirements, reading assignments. Introduction to project work.
2. Introduction to terms/concepts/definitions: racism, antisemitism, xenophobia, authoritarianism, stereotypes, prejudices, discrimination – preliminary analysis of phenomena
3. Construction of the Other & Relations of Power and Dominance
+Project Brainstorming 1: Assessing the patterns of discrimination (diagnosis),
4. Tolerance/toleration and the limits thereof: plural (multicultural) societies and their dilemmas
5. Assessing the patterns of discrimination – what can be considered discrimination? Anti-discrimination policies at the state level
+Project Brainstorming II: formulating solutions (policy-making, educational programmes)
6. Case studies. Roma and Sinti in Europe
7. Migrant Others: Fear of small numbers and moral panic. The case of Islamophobia in the EU.
8. Strategies against racism, xenophobia, discrimination, and antisemitism: legislation, media awareness, intercultural competence. OSCE/ODIHR Tolerance and Non-Discrimination Program
9. Empirical studies (ADL, FRA, Pew surveys, TANDIS).
10. Project presentations / course conclusions
(tylko po angielsku) |
• Film “The Shadow of Hate. A History of Intolerance in America” by Charles Guggenheim, Teaching Tolerance Institute, Montgomery, Alabama, USA or
"Multicultural Europe", prod. British Council, by Urszula Sochacka (depending on students interest), followed by discussion.
• Ellis Cashmore (1996), Dictionary of Race and Ethnic Relations, London and New York (education and cultural diversity, ethnicity, European racism, Others, prejudice, multiculturalism, media and racism, xenophobia, stereotype, scapegoat).
• Film „A Time for Justice. America’s Civil Rights Movement” by Charles Guggenheim, Teaching Tolerance Institute, Montgomery, Alabama, USA with film introduction of The Southern Poverty Law Center in Alabama, followed by discussion.
• Stangor Charles (2000), Volume Overview, Stangor Charles, Schaller Mark (2000), Stereotypes as Individual and Collective Representations. [In:] Stangor, Charles (ed.) (2000), Stereotypes and Prejudice: Essential Readings, Psychology Press Ann Arbor, p. 1-16, 64-82.
• Elias, N. (1965). The Established and the Outsiders: A Sociological Enquiry into Community Problems. London: Frank Cass. (overview)
• Foucault, M. (1980), Power/Knowledge: Selected Interviews and Other Writings. Pantheon Books. Chapter on Power and Strategies (p 134-145).
• Michael Walzer (1997), On Toleration, New Haven and London, Yale University Press.
• Michael Ignatieff (1996), “Nationalism and Toleration”. [In:] Europe’s New Nationalism. States and Minorities in Conflict. Ed. by Richard Caplan and John Feffer, New York and Oxford, Oxford University Press, pp. 213-231.
• Bleich, E. (2003). Race Politics in Britain and France. Ideas and Policymaking since the 1960s, Cambridge: University of Cambridge Press (fragements)
• OSCE report on the situation of Roma and Sinti in the OSCE area (2000) OSCE – retrievable under http://www.osce.org/hcnm/42063
• Appadurai, Arjun (2006), Fear of Small Numbers. An Essay on the Geography of Anger. Duke University Press. Chapter 4: Fear of Small Numbers.
• Website Guide to Tolerance Education
• Film "Free2choose. The Boundaries of Freedom", Anne Frank House, Amsterdam.
• The Oslo Coalition on Freedom of Religion or Belief http://www.oslocoalition.org/
• INCORE: Conflict Data Service, Academic Programs in Peace and Conflict Studies
• International Action Against Racism, Xenophobia, Anti-Semitism and Intolerance in the OSCE Region. A Comparative Study (2004), OSCE/ODIHR.
• Jolanta Ambrosewicz-Jacobs (2003), Me-Us-Them. Ethnic Prejudices and Alternative Methods of Education, Cracow, Universitas (25-51, 181-246).
• W. Paul Vogt (1997), Tolerance & Education. Learning to Live With Diversity and Difference, Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, chapter 5 Can We Teach Tolerance Directly, pp. 151-198.
Vincent N. Parrillo (2000), Strangers to These Shores. Race and Ethnic Relations in the United States, Allyn and Bacon, Boston, chapter 3 Prejudice and Discrimination, pp. 64-95.
Właścicielem praw autorskich jest Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie.