Mestrado Universitario en Políticas Sociais e Intervención Sociocomunitaria
Official Master's Degree
1st four-month period
Ciencias da Saúde Socioloxía e Ciencias da Comunicación
Rivas Quarneti, Natalia Yanaina
Rodríguez Barcón, Alberto
In this module, the theoretical links between history and the sociology of migrations will be explored. The main goal is to provide a theoretical and conceptual framework to be applied in the field of international migrations. The module includes working hours, aiming to acquire knowledge of different qualitative methodologies to be applied in the analysis of present cases.
1. Modifications to the contents
- No changes will be made
*Teaching methodologies that are maintained
All of them will be maintained.
*Teaching methodologies that are modified
The methodologies will be adapted to the compliance of legislation in force at any given time such as a possible declaration of a state of alarm and/or other regulations approved for health protection reasons. Thus, the field trips will be developed in the immediate environment in a supervised and/or supervised. The remaining methodologies will be carried out using Teams and/or Moodle.
3. Mechanisms for personalized attention to students
Email: Daily. For inquiries, to request virtual meetings to clarify any related question and/or to follow up on the learning process.
- Moodle: Daily. According to the students' needs.
- Teams: Tutoring and globally following-up the module and specifically for the supervised works.
4. Modifications in the evaluation
The evaluation will not undergo any quantitative changes: Master Session (15%), Workshop (30%), supervised work (55%). Group deliveries may be modified to individual deliveries in the event of a possible declaration of a state of alarm and/or other health protection regulations approved, and in order to facilitate the learning process for students.
All assessment methodologies must be passed to pass the subject.
5. Modifications to the bibliography or webgraphy
Work materials will be digitally available in Moodle
(*)The teaching guide is the document in which the URV publishes the information about all its courses. It is a public document and cannot be modified. Only in exceptional cases can it be revised by the competent agent or duly revised so that it is in line with current legislation.