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Cursus: CS3V14003
CS3V14003
Mobilisation of violent collective action in an age of Terrorism
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CursuscodeCS3V14003
Studiepunten (ECTS)7,5
Categorie / Niveau3 (Bachelor Gevorderd)
CursustypeCursorisch onderwijs
VoertaalEngels
Aangeboden doorFaculteit Geesteswetenschappen; BA Onderwijs Geesteswetenschappen; Ug School Geschiedenis en Kunstgeschiedenis;
Contactpersoondr. M.A. Fumerton
Telefoon+31 30 2538611
E-mailM.A.Fumerton@uu.nl
Docenten
Contactpersoon van de cursus
dr. M.A. Fumerton
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Docent
dr. M.A. Fumerton
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Blok
3  (08-02-2016 t/m 15-04-2016)
Aanvangsblok
3
TimeslotD: WO-middag, WO-namiddag, Vrijdag
Onderwijsvorm
Voltijd
Opmerkingje kunt je tijdens de wijzigingsdagen niet inschrijven voor deze cursus
Cursusinschrijving geopendvanaf 18-01-2016 t/m 19-01-2016
AanmeldingsprocedureOsiris
Inschrijven via OSIRISNee
Inschrijven voor bijvakkersJa
VoorinschrijvingNee
WachtlijstNee
Plaatsingsprocedure(Sub)school
Cursusdoelen
The goal of this course is to teach students to analyse, through the lens of collective action theory, how intrastate armed conflicts happen, not as the inevitable outcome simply of emotions and motivations like fear, hate grievance, and not of conditions such as poverty or inequality, but rather as a product of human choice and coordinated collective action as exercised through framing and socio-political mobilisation.
Inhoud
Please note! For this minor and its courses a restricted number of places are available.
Enrollment takes place through a Selection Committee, which means you can only register for the course and the minor within the first four days of the course registration period (Monday – Thursday 16.00 hrs).  The Selection Committee decides whether or not you can enroll. More information about registration can be found here

About this course:
The goal of this course module is to educate students on theories pertaining to how intrastate armed conflicts happen, not as the inevitable outcome simply of emotions and motivations like fear, hate, grievance, and also not just the result of conditions like poverty, inequality, or discrimination.  Rather, the phenomenon of intrastate armed conflict is theoretically analysed as a product of human choice and coordinated collective efforts that frame an image of the antagonistic Other, that mobilise human, material, technological, and ideological resources, all within a context of political opportunity structures that hinder or facilitate violent collective action. 

In short, the central argument that this course module aims to explore critically is, to quote Paul Richards: “armed conflict does not break out just because conditions happen to be ‘right,’ but because it is organised.” We unpack this statement into four main questions that serve to structure the course literature and weekly lecture sessions: (1) How and by whom is non-state violent collective action framed, organised, and mobilised? (2) How and why do individuals and groups engage in violent non-state collective action? (3) How is violent collective action expanded and sustained by non-state armed actors? (4) How do states respond to the violent collective action of non-state armed actors?
Ingangseisen
Je moet minimaal 45 punten voor categorie 1 (Bachelor Inleiding) hebben behaald
Voorkennis
Course is part of minor Conflict Studies. Basic knowledge of conflict analysis and identity formation processes.
Voorkennis kan worden opgedaan met
Conflict analysis; Identity, Boundaries and Violence (these are the first two courses of the minor program
Bronnen van zelfstudie
Theories of contentious politics, collective action, resource mobilisation, and/or social and political movements
Verplicht materiaal
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Kosten materiaal
EUR 40,00
Werkvormen
Hoor/werkcollege

Voorbereiding bijeenkomsten
Students are expected to be prepared by having done each week's compulsory readings of the course literature prior to the weekly lecture and the seminars, and in so doing to be capable of participating actively in class and seminar discussions and debates.

Bijdrage aan groepswerk
At each weekly seminar, a group of 3 to 5 students will give a group presentation of around 45 minutes on a relevant empirical case upon which to apply and demonstrate the theory in the week's literature. The purpose of group presentations is to give students a hands-on opportunity to learn how to apply and to use abstract ideas (i.e. theory) to analyse and make sense of phenomena of violent collective action in the real world.

Werkcollege

Voorbereiding bijeenkomsten
Students are expected to be prepared by having done each week's compulsory readings of the course literature prior to the weekly lecture and the seminars, and in so doing to be capable of participating actively in class and seminar discussions and debates.

Bijdrage aan groepswerk
At each weekly seminar, a group of 3 to 5 students will give a group presentation of around 45 minutes on a relevant empirical case upon which to apply and demonstrate the theory in the week's literature. The purpose of group presentations is to give students a hands-on opportunity to learn how to apply and to use abstract ideas (i.e. theory) to analyse and make sense of phenomena of violent collective action in the real world.

Toetsen
Actieve deelname
Weging10
Minimum cijfer-

Beoordeling
A group seminar presentation (40%); a take-home final exam assignment (50%); class/seminar attendance + active participation as a separate discussant group for a seminar presentation group (10%).

Opdracht(en) 1
Weging40
Minimum cijfer-

Beoordeling
A group seminar presentation (40%); a take-home final exam assignment (50%); class/seminar attendance + active participation as a separate discussant group for a seminar presentation group (10%).

Take-hometentamen
Weging50
Minimum cijfer-

Beoordeling
A group seminar presentation (40%); a take-home final exam assignment (50%); class/seminar attendance + active participation as a separate discussant group for a seminar presentation group (10%).

Deadlines
Deadline for take-home exam is at the end of the term in which the course is given.

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