Theories and Analysis
Faculty of Agricultural Science and Landscape Architecture
Version 6.0 of 08/06/2019
- Code of Module
- Modulename (german)
Theorie und Analyse
- Study Programmes
- Level of Module
- The module comprises two closely connected units: Unit A - Scientific Work
- What is science? Which critieria (especially for citing) exist for scientific work and writing?
- Which schemes exist for structuring a scientific work?
- Methods for data research (literature, experiments, interviews...) and ways of presentation
- Connection of formulation of a question and the use of methods
- Tips for the process of scientific writing Unit B – Independent preparation of an example - Students take themes and problems from other modules of their study programme and make an example analysis with appropriate methods
- They are working out a research question and an appropriate way of solving and answering by proper methods
- The results are written down an
- Learning Outcomes
The students have a broad and integrated knowledge about methods for analyzing in the open space planning sector. They can mention and discuss the pro’s and con’s of different methods.
The students have experience in using a certain method and are able to estimate its meaningfulness.
Instrumental Skills and Competences
The students use, interpret and reflect several data to reach their goals
Communicative Skills and Competences
The students are able to present their results in an appropriate way to an expert audience.
Systemic Skills and Competences
The students are able to work in an analytic way in practice.
- Mode of Delivery
Lectures, case studies, presentations, self-study, literature studies
- Responsible of the Module
- Petermann, Cord
- Schoppengerd, Johanna
- Bouillon, Jürgen
- Concept of Study and Teaching
Workload Dozentengebunden Std. Workload Lehrtyp 30 Vorlesungen 45 Übungen Workload Dozentenungebunden Std. Workload Lehrtyp 75 Hausarbeiten
- Recommended Reading
Eco, U. (2010): Wie man eine wissenschaftliche Abschlussarbeit schreibt. UTB HeidelbergFlick, U. (2011): Triangulation. Eine Einführung. VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften / SpringerBortz, J.; Döring, N. (2009): Forschungsmethoden und Evaluation für Human- und Sozialwissenschaftler. Springer-Medizin-Verlag HeidelbergAtteslander, Peter (2010): Methoden der empirischen Sozialforschung. Erich Schmidt VerlagHeesen, B. (2013): Wissenschaftliches Arbeiten. Methodenwissen für das Bachelor-, Master- und Promotionsstudium. Springer Gabler Berlin
- Graded Exam
Homework / Assignment
- Assessment Methods Remark
The housework should express an independent discussion and reflection of a theme relevant to the planning of open spaces.
- Examination Requirements
For writing the term paper, the knowledge taught in Unit A is required.
- Module Frequency
Only Summer Term
- Language of Instruction