The student must work unpublished research on any topic, paragraph or section of Comparative Politics course, it is essential to pass the course. No work whose contents are related exclusively on the subject of this subject is permitted. This point is essential to achieve the learning objectives and successfully pass the course. Plagiarism will be penalized and generally cite the authorship of the literature used in the preparation of the monograph and other activities will be proposed throughout the semester. Ideally, the beginning of the course the student contact with faculty to establish lines of research work and development of the subject. This work, which will monographic character, may take the form of a case study that puts a country within a comparative framework, systematic studies of a limited number of countries (n cases) and global comparisons based on statistical data (N cases) . The student will deliver a working proposal for the subject of Comparative Politics before April 1 containing: a) TITLE b) OBJECTIVES c) SCHEME (introduction, chapters, conclusion, bibliography) d) NAME, D.N.I. E-MAIL AND STUDENT. The maximum extension of the work will be 25 pages, and must include at least 10 references. Essential to deliver on paper in the stipulated time. The work must be submitted 15 days before the date of examination, being necessary to pass the course. Without being exhaustive and exhausting the various possibilities of development work, it is structured in several parts and as an example the following scheme is published to be used by the student in the preparation of their work: 1) Index 2) Summary and methodology if applicable 3) Keywords 4) Introduction 5) Development 6) Conclusions 7) Bibliography 8) References and Acknowledgements Also in the works ALWAYS the literature of the subject associated with the work item will be included, indicating the theoretical framework that part of the student's work. DURING THE COURSE WILL BE PROVIDING MORE INFORMATION ON THE PERFORMANCE OF WORK, AND MANY DOUBT CLEARING arise, inserting PERIODICALLY ADS IN VIRTUAL BULLETIN SUBJECT. The system of evaluation and qualification from a qualitative and quantitative point of view consists of three key aspects: 1 -. The level of student participation represents 10% of the grade . 2 - The final examination to be held on the date of the official announcement, represents 70% of the grade . 3 - Conducting a written work, highly specific and accurate on one of the agenda items monographic character, representing 20% of the grade Everything about timing, content and manner of performing the work, will be discussed in class and posted on both the virtual platform and the virtual bulletin board for the course, with enough time for a comfortable run. The final exam will take place at the end of the semester, will be written, and will consist of 4 questions to develop three of them being compulsory and two electives from a block of three questions. Each of the questions will be scored from 0 to 10, it being necessary to achieve a minimum of five points in each. After the middle of the examination. . The questions that will be asked will be drawn from the entries contained in the course syllabus, without necessarily having to be consistent with the text of these sections. However, as a general rule, very positively assessed the student's ability to implement a coherent relationship with other content, conceptual rigor and expository clarity, the absence of mistakes as well as the work of staff reprocessing of Bibliographic materials. To pass the course you must review and approve work
Students who do not accept continuous evaluation will be entitled to an exam that will include a theoretical-practical question rather than in the face-to-face modality. The evaluation will measure the learning of the same agenda and compulsory readings in both modalities.
The final exam will be carried out at the end of the semester, will be written, and will consist of 3 questions to be developed, one of them being mandatory and two other optional of a block of three questions. Each of the questions will be scored from 0 to 10, being necessary to reach a minimum of five points in each of them. Then the average of the exam is done.
THE EXAMINATION COUNTS 70% of the grade, 20% punctuates the work that must be presented ten days
before the exam date and the remaining 10% assess attendance and participation during the semester. To pass the exam, all the questions must be answered satisfactorily and all the evaluation parameters must be approved.
The delivery of the research work ten days before the examination.
The notes of the works are kept during all the calls of the academic year.