COURSE INFORMATION
Course CodeCourse TitleL+P HourSemesterECTS
SBKY 417CITIZENSHIP AND POLITICS3 + 05th Semester5

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Course Level Bachelor's Degree
Course Type Elective
Course Objective It grasps of how, with which instruments and why the individuals in the relation with the state should carry on the identity of citizen in modern political structure and analyzes how the relation between state-citizen would be interrogated
Course Content To convey the main information related to the concepts of citizen and citizenship (from Ancient Greek to modern times)
Prerequisites No prerequisites.
Corequisite No corequisites.
Mode of Delivery Face to face

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES
1It reifies the content of the concept of citizen and grasps of the stages taken during the historical process.
2It recognizes the importance of the concepts of civil society and right in development of citizenship.
3It grasps of the processes of development and transformation in political structures after globalization
4It expresses multiculturalism and the factors which determine the content of the concept of democracy due to this
5At the process of the emergence of Turkish nation-state, it grasps of and analyzes the reasons for the lack of democratic/participatory culture of citizenship

COURSE'S CONTRIBUTION TO PROGRAM
PO 01PO 02PO 03PO 04PO 05PO 06PO 07PO 08PO 09PO 10PO 11PO 12
LO 01      4 5  3
LO 02     4425   
LO 03     44 5   
Sub Total     812215  3
Contribution000002203001

ECTS ALLOCATED BASED ON STUDENT WORKLOAD BY THE COURSE DESCRIPTION
ActivitiesQuantityDuration (Hour)Total Work Load (Hour)
Course Duration14342
Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice)13339
Assignments11010
Mid-terms11313
Final examination12626
Total Work Load

ECTS Credit of the Course






130

5

COURSE DETAILS
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 Course TermNoInstructors
Details 2013-2014 Fall2İSMET PARLAK

Course Details
Course Code:  SBKY 417 Course Title:  CITIZENSHIP AND POLITICS
L+P Hour : 3 + 0   Course Code : 2   Language Of Instruction: Turkish Course Semester :  2013-2014 Fall
Course Coordinator :  PROFESSOR İSMET PARLAK E-Mail:  iparlak@pau.edu.tr, Phone Number :  296 2821,
Course Location İİBF AB112,
Goals : It grasps of how, with which instruments and why the individuals in the relation with the state should carry on the identity of citizen in modern political structure and analyzes how the relation between state-citizen would be interrogated
Content : To convey the main information related to the concepts of citizen and citizenship (from Ancient Greek to modern times)
Attendance : %60
Topics
WeeksTopics
1 Introduction: models of citizenship as an socio-political identity
2 The historical transformation of citizenship: Ancient citizenship (citizenship of Sparta and Athens)
3 The historical transformation of citizenship: citizenship in Rome
4 Urban citizenship in the Middle Ages
5 Citizenship in the age of Enlightenment and Revolutions
6 The nation-state and citizenship
7 The formation of citizenship in France and Germany
8 Typologies of citizenship
9 Citizenship after New Right ideology and globalization
10 Global capitalism and multiculturalism
11 Multicultural citizenship
12 Relations in the between Citizens, government, civil society and the public sphere
13 Citizenship in Turkey: Early Republic period
14 Citizenship in Turkey: a multicultural and constitutional citizenship
Materials
Materials are not specified.
Resources
ResourcesResources Language
1. Derek Heater, Yurttaşlığın Kısa Tarihi, Çev:M.Delikara Üst, Ankara: İmge, 2007Türkçe
2. Ayşe Kadıoğlu, Vatandaşlığın Dönüşümü, İstanbul: Metis Yayınları, 2005Türkçe
3. Füsun Üstel, Yurttaşlık ve Demokrasi, Ankara: Dost Yayınevi, 1999Türkçe
4. Erdem KAFTAN, “Küresel Kapitalizmin Sonucu: Çok Kültürlü Yurttaşlık Mı, Kültürel Kimliklerle Bölünmüş Yurttaş Mı?”, PAÜ Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü, Siyaset Bilimi ve Kamu Yönetimi Anabilim Dalı, Yayımlanmamış Yüksek Lisans TeziTürkçe
5. Michael Billig, "Postmodernlik ve Kimlik" (Banal Kimlik adlı eserin içinde, blogda paylaşılmıştır) Türkçe
Course Assessment
Assesment MethodsPercentage (%)Assesment Methods Title
Final Exam60Final Exam
Midterm Exam40Midterm Exam
L+P: Lecture and Practice
PQ: Program Learning Outcomes
LO: Course Learning Outcomes