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POLH3084 The Results Are In: Post-election Analysis 2 ECTS
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Contemporary History
Department of Philosophy, Contemp.History and Political Sc.

General description

November 11, 9:15–18:00 [TBC], Turku School of Economics, Lecture Hall Elovena

The JMC’s focus on the 2016 presidential election culminates in a one-day election event, “The Results Are In: Post-election Analysis,” featuring a wide range of presenters from students, scholars, political analysts, and media pundits. In addition to offering analyses on the actual results, the presentations will call attention to some of the major shifts that were evident in the unconventional campaigns of the 2016 race and the future of the current bipartisan political system.

University of Turku students can earn 2 ECTS credits from this event by attending the sessions and writing a 6–8-page report (instructions for the report will be available on the JMC website at http://www.utu.fi/en/units/jmc/students/courses/Pages/home.aspx closer to the event). Registration for the course via NettiOpsu will open on August 1.

Käy korvaamaan seuraavia opintojaksoja:


METU0188 A2.b Medioitu todellisuus

KUHI0285 13. Yhden aikakauden kulttuurihistoria


POLH2099 A4 Työelämään orientoituminen



Registration for the course via NettiOpsu is open from August 1, 2016 to November 10, 2016.

Teacher responsible

Benita Heiskanen


11-Nov-2016 – 11-Nov-2016
Lectures 9 h
Fri 11-Nov-2016 at 9.15-18.00, Turku School of Economics, Lecture Hall Elovena