The subject of Sociology of Deviation has two parts, one theoretical and one practical. The latter will work from selected texts for each topic directly related to the theory. His careful and in-depth reading will serve to reinforce the knowledge exposed in the theoretical subject given to the students. These texts have to be read in depth by each student for which, in due time, some questions will be delivered to guide the reflection. The texts will be subject of examination as well as the theoretical part.
The evaluation of the subject consists of TWO PROCEDURES: continuous evaluation and final evaluation.
- The final evaluation consists of a test-type exam of at least 40 questions, in which the wrong answers will subtract points, according to the following correction formula: NT = A - (E / n-1), where NT means Theory Note, A are the successes, E the errors and n the number of question options. All theoretical topics have, in principle, the same importance for the exam. It will be necessary to answer at least 30 questions to pass the subject.
- The continuous evaluation consists of a formula that values ¿¿work throughout the course based on a series of practical works. The practice consists of reading a text that is proposed for this purpose for each of the teaching units and the response of a GOOGLE TYPE form on it. The form will be done at the end of each of the thematic units. EACH ONE OF THESE FORMS WILL HAVE A MAXIMUM VALUE OF UP TO 0.5 POINTS. SO THE PERCENTAGE ON THE MAXIMUM FINAL NOTE WILL BE 2.5 POINTS.
- And a test type test, with the same characteristics of the test described above. THE MAXIMUM VALUE TO BE REACHED AT THE EXAM IS 7.5 POINTS. It must be taken into account that a minimum of 5 must be reached in the exam so that the average is taken with the practical mark.