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This programme is based in the Department of Anthropology, however teaching contributions come from staff in a range of departments within LSE. It is an introduction to the study of China, drawing on a range of social science disciplines including anthropology, economic history, international history, sociology, government, and international relations. The programme offers the following benefits: Students are taught about China from a comparative social science perspective. The programme can accommodate those who have interests in specific disciplinary frameworks such as anthropology, government, international relations or international and economic history. Students benefit from LSE's considerable expertise in studies of China and of Asia more generally. The course is a good preparation for research work in an academic discipline, but it is also appropriate for those with career interests related to China and East Asia (eg business and government). The programme is built around: a compulsory core course on China in Comparative Perspective optional core courses in selected disciplines (anthropology, government, economic history) additional optional courses from selected disciplines a 10,000 word dissertation. There are also non-assessed seminars and tutorials for all students. For more details, please see the graduate prospectus at http:www2.lse.ac.ukgraduateProspectus2010Home.aspx

This programme is based in the Department of Anthropology, however teaching contributions come from staff in a range of departments within LSE. It is an introduction to the study of China, drawing on a range of social science disciplines including anthropology, economic history, international history, sociology, government, and international relations. The programme offers the following benefits:...

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