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Croatian Social Policy - seminar
Study: Social Work - 8. semester
Code: 44138
ECTS: 4.0
Course coordinators: prof. dr. sc. Gojko Bežovan
doc. dr. sc. Danijel Baturina
Lecturers: prof. dr. sc. Zdenko Babić - Seminar
doc. dr. sc. Jelena Matančević - Seminar
dr. sc. Josip Pandžić - Seminar
Exam dates:
  • 25. 05. 2020.
  • 15. 06. 2020.
  • 14. 09. 2020.
Exam registration: Studomat
Basic data
Croatian Social Policy - seminar Social Work - 8. semester
4.0 44138
Lecturer in charge Consultations Location
prof. dr. sc. Gojko Bežovan

Tue 10:00

Nazorova 51, room 11
doc. dr. sc. Danijel Baturina

Winter semester: 
Monday 10 - 12 h 

Summer semester: 
Monday 13 - 15 h

Nazorova 51, room 5 f
Lecturer Consultations Location
prof. dr. sc. Zdenko Babić (Seminar)

Wed 10:00-12:00

Nazorova 51, room 15
doc. dr. sc. Jelena Matančević (Seminar)

Mon 11:00-13:00

Nazorova 51, room 5f
dr. sc. Josip Pandžić (Seminar) Trg Republike Hrvatske 14, room Nazorova 51, soba 5f
Literature
Description
Social policy and welfare state theories of relevance for Croatia. History of social policy in Croatia. Constitutional foundations of social policy. Social insurance in Croatia. Family policy. Housing policy. Welfare mix ? cooperation in social policy. Education policy. War victims ? social rights of war veterans.
Exam dates
25. 05. 2020.
15. 06. 2020.
14. 09. 2020.
Detailed data
Cognitive Skills:

After successfully completing the course, students will be able to:

- recognise and explain the status, priorities and challenges of social policy in Croatia

- understand, analyse and recognise problems related to social development and social policy trends in Croatia

- recognise and explain the significance of the development of social policy for social, political and economic development of the country

- assess the impact of social policy measures on social and economic development of the country

- determine priorities of social policy within developmental problems of welfare state in Croatia

Practical and Generic Skills:

After successfully completing the course, students will be able to:

- efficiently participate in team work

- independently present professional topics to a wider audience

- professionally discuss social problems and needed social interventions

Matching Assessments to Learning Outcomes:

Seminar paper and presentation

Students are expected to independently analyse a social policy topic and present it orally. Written seminar paper is based on the analysis of literature, understanding and critical evaluation of the text, connection with lectures and drawing conclusions based on the presented material. The seminar grade is formed as a sum of grades realised by writing and presenting the seminar paper. The seminar paper is graded in the following manner:

Writing seminar paper:

0 points - the paper is not written

2 points - the paper does not satisfy formal criteria

4 points - the paper satisfies formal criteria, but there are significant shortcomings on the level of content

6 points - the paper satisfies formal and content related criteria, but the style hampers understanding of the text, and there are significant grammer and spelling mistakes

8 points - the paper satisfies formal and content related criteria, but there are smaller difficulties in understanding the text due to style, and there are smaller grammar and spelling mistakes

10 points - the paper is formally correct, comprehensive, understandable and grammatically correct.

Presentation of the seminar paper

0 points - the paper was not presented

2 points - the paper was read

4 points - the paper was partly read and unprepared

6 points - the paper waa not read, but there are significant shortcomings in oral presentation

8 points - the presentation was well prepared, but there are smaller shortcomings in understanding and there were mistakes in speech

10 points - presentation was well prepared

Grading scale

12 points - sufficient (2)

14 points - good (3)

16 points - very good (4)

18-20 points - excellent (5)