Course GKI23D

Chinese Culture and Society

10 Credits
First Cycle

Starts week 36, 2020

On completion of the course, students shall be able to:

  • explain crucial historical events that have shaped modern China
  • explain and apply some basic traditional Chinese philosophies, such as Confucianism and Taoism to analyse a number of phenomena in modern Chinese society
  • explain basic features of Chinese dialects and the use of standardised language, as well as the Chinese cultural characteristics represented in the language
  • explain China’s business practice and the influence of core business cultural values on China’s modern economic life
  • describe the gender norms from the 20th century to the present in Chinese society, and critically assess the gender dimension in Chinese society.
Starts and ends:
wk36, 2020 - wk2, 2021
Study Rate:
50%
Location:
Flexible (Falun)
Time of Day:
Day
Teaching form:
Distance
Language:
English
Entry Qualifications:
  • General entrance requirements and English B/English 6 at upper secondary school, or equivalent knowledge. No knowledge of Swedish is required.
Application Code:
HDA-H366F
Main field of study:
Online Education
Compulsory meetings:
0 physical
12 online
Computer Skills:

Surf on the Internet, read and send emails, use a word-processing programme (e.g. Word). Connect a camera and headphones to the computer and install a programme using instructions.

Computer Capacity:

Access to a computer (Not a mini pc, tablet or similar) that is not older than three years (or equivalent) and broadband connection, at least 1 Mbit/s (not mobile broadband, because mobile broadband can vary considerably in speed).

Means of Education:

Higher rate of web-based communication where our learning platform (Learn) is a natural element of the course. Web-based meetings with sound and image where simple presentations can be held. Lectures can be broadcast live or can alternatively be made available afterwards online.

Literature List

Literature lists are published at the latest one month ahead of the course start date.

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Starts week 3, 2021

On completion of the course, students shall be able to:

  • explain crucial historical events that have shaped modern China
  • explain and apply some basic traditional Chinese philosophies, such as Confucianism and Taoism to analyse a number of phenomena in modern Chinese society
  • explain basic features of Chinese dialects and the use of standardised language, as well as the Chinese cultural characteristics represented in the language
  • explain China’s business practice and the influence of core business cultural values on China’s modern economic life
  • describe the gender norms from the 20th century to the present in Chinese society, and critically assess the gender dimension in Chinese society.
Starts and ends:
wk3, 2021 - wk22, 2021
Study Rate:
50%
Location:
Flexible (Falun)
Time of Day:
Day
Teaching form:
Distance
Language:
English
Entry Qualifications:
  • General entrance requirements and English B/English 6 at upper secondary school, or equivalent knowledge. No knowledge of Swedish is required.
Application Code:
HDA-V37UW
Main field of study:
Online Education
Compulsory meetings:
0 physical
11 online
Computer Skills:

Surf on the Internet, read and send emails, use a word-processing programme (e.g. Word). Connect a camera and headphones to the computer and install a programme using instructions.

Computer Capacity:

Access to a computer (Not a mini pc, tablet or similar) that is not older than three years (or equivalent) and broadband connection, at least 1 Mbit/s (not mobile broadband, because mobile broadband can vary considerably in speed).

Means of Education:

Higher rate of web-based communication where our learning platform (Learn) is a natural element of the course. Web-based meetings with sound and image where simple presentations can be held. Lectures can be broadcast live or can alternatively be made available afterwards online.

Tuition Fee
First Tuition Fee Installment:
14,500 SEK
Total Tuition Fee:
14,500 SEK
EU/EEA Citizens or exchange students are not required to pay fees.
Information on application and tuition fees: www.universityadmissions.se.
Literature List

Literature lists are published at the latest one month ahead of the course start date.

To Literature List
Can we help you?

Ask us about studying at Dalarna
support@du.se
+46 23-77 88 88

Course room in Learn

In the learning platform Learn you can find more information about the course.

Visit the course room
Course Coordinator