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I. SUBJECT DESCRIPTION
II. SUBJECT REQUIREMENTS
III. COURSE CURRICULUM
SUBJECT DATA
OBJECTIVES AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
TESTING AND ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING PERFORMANCE
THEMATIC UNITS AND FURTHER DETAILS
Subject name
CONFLICT PREVENTION-MANAGEMENT-MEDIATION-NEGOTIATION
ID (subject code)
BMEGT439348
Type of subject
class
Course types and lessons
Type
Lessons
Lecture
2
Practice
0
Laboratory
0
Type of assessment
term mark
Number of credits
2
Subject Coordinator
Name
Dr. Szabó Levente
Position
assistant professor
Contact details
szabo.levente@gtk.bme.hu
Educational organisational unit for the subject
Department of Sociology and Communication
Subject website
Language of the subject
magyar - HU
Curricular role of the subject, recommended number of terms

Programme: Elective subjects

Subject Role: Elective

Recommended semester: 0

Programme: Psychology Master’s Programme - recommended elective subjects

Subject Role: Elective

Recommended semester: 0

Direct prerequisites
Strong
None
Weak
None
Parallel
None
Exclusion
None
Validity of the Subject Description
Approved by the Faculty Board of Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences, Decree No: 580251/13/2023 registration number. Valid from: 29.03.2023.

Objectives

The aim of the subject is to introduce students to organisational and social problems, and how to handle them.

Academic results

Knowledge
  1. Solid knowledge of conceptualization for studying communication and media phenomena
  2. Basic knowledge of social institutions (law, language, religion, etc.)
  3. Basic knowledge of the legal, political etc. norms regulating communication and media phenomena.
Skills
  1. Ability to recognize social and communication problems, and to choose appropriate solutions
  2. Ability to make judgements in practical tasks, ability to make independent decisions
  3. Openness to acquire new sectors of knowledge and ability to effectively acquire them.
Attitude
  1. Openness to social change
  2. Acceptance of one's own (Western) cultural traditions
  3. Social sensitivity, solidarity.
Independence and responsibility
  1. Responsible, professionally based social presence
  2. Adoption and enforcement of professional standards
  3. Independence.

Teaching methodology

Lectures, exercises, case studies.

Materials supporting learning

  • Tóth Pál Péter (szerk.): A döntőbíráskodás (Püski, Bp. 1999.)
  • Roger Fisher-William Ury-Bruce Patton: A sikeres tárgyalás alapjai (Bagolyvár Könyvkiadó budapest, 1997.)
  • William Ury: Tárgyalás nehéz emberekkel (Bagolyvár Könyvkiadó budapest, 1993.)
  • Tóth Ferenc: Regionális foglalkoztatási érdekegyeztetés (Munkaügyi Kutató Intézet, budapest, 1997)
  • Norman Brand: Labor Arbitration. The strategy of persuasion (Practising Low Institute, New York, 1987)
  • Elkouri & Ekouri: How Arbitration works (The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., Washington D.C., 1997 

General Rules

The assessment of the learning outcomes formulated in point 2.2 takes place in the form of term paper.

Performance assessment methods

Detailed description of the performance evaluations carried out during the term: Performance assessment: the requirements of the term paper are detailed on the course’s Moodle page.

Percentage of performance assessments, conducted during the study period, within the rating

  • term paper: 100

Percentage of exam elements within the rating

  • :

Issuing grades

%
Excellent 96-100
Very good 90–95
Good 80–89
Satisfactory 60–79
Pass 50–59
Fail < 50

Retake and late completion

Retakes and make-ups are regulated by the University’s Code on Education and Examination.

Coursework required for the completion of the subject

Nature of work Number of sessions per term
classes 28
home work 32
total 60

Approval and validity of subject requirements

Topics covered during the term

Lecture topics
1. -

Additional lecturers

Name Position Contact details

Approval and validity of subject requirements