Ter­min Tag: Nego­tia­ti­on Skills

Simu­la­ti­on Game "Play­ing Poli­tics". Prac­ti­cal Expe­ri­en­cing of Ratio­nal Choice Theo­re­ti­cal Con­cepts Euro­­pe-Uni­­ver­­­si­­ty Via­dri­na in Frankfurt/Oder, Ger­ma­ny Semi­nar for BA and MA Gra­des 3 | 6 ECTS BA: Pra­xis­mo­dul / Sozi­al­wis­sen­schaft­li­che Ver­tie­fung MA (MASS, Euro­pean Stu­dies): Pra­xis­mo­dul / Modul Poli­tik & Kultur/ Opti­ons­mo­dul Dates & Rooms Block cour­se Som­mer Semes­ter 2019 MON 3rd June 2019 from 6 – 9pm Intro­duc­to­ry ses­si­on (man­da­to­ry), room … Semi­nar "Simu­la­ti­on Game Play­ing Poli­tics" SS 2019 wei­ter­le­sen

The pur­po­se of the simu­la­ti­on game "Play­ing poli­tics" is to show prac­ti­cal impli­ca­ti­ons of ratio­nal choice and game theo­ry. Poli­tics are cal­cu­la­ted and cal­cu­la­ting inter­ac­tions bet­ween self-inte­res­ted poli­ti­cal actors – indi­vi­du­als, poli­ti­ci­ans, poli­ti­cal par­ties, pres­su­re groups, natio­nal governments, and alli­an­ces of coun­tries. The simu­la­ti­on game pres­ents poli­ti­cal action as simp­le games, dis­clo­sing imper­fec­tions and dilem­ma­ta, and explo­ring com­ple­xi­ty of the "real" world in a play­ful atmosphere.

The pur­po­se of the simu­la­ti­on game "Play­ing poli­tics" is to show prac­ti­cal impli­ca­ti­ons of ratio­nal choice and game theo­ry. Poli­tics are cal­cu­la­ted and cal­cu­la­ting inter­ac­tions bet­ween self-inte­res­ted poli­ti­cal actors. The simu­la­ti­on game pres­ents poli­ti­cal action as simp­le games, dis­clo­sing imper­fec­tions and dilem­ma­ta, and explo­ring com­ple­xi­ty of the "real" world in a play­ful atmosphere.

The pur­po­se of the simu­la­ti­on game "Play­ing poli­tics" is to show prac­ti­cal impli­ca­ti­ons of ratio­nal choice and game theo­ry. Poli­tics are cal­cu­la­ted and cal­cu­la­ting inter­ac­tions bet­ween self-inte­res­ted poli­ti­cal actors – indi­vi­du­als, poli­ti­ci­ans, poli­ti­cal par­ties, pres­su­re groups, natio­nal governments, and alli­an­ces of coun­tries. The simu­la­ti­on game pres­ents poli­ti­cal action as simp­le games, dis­clo­sing imper­fec­tions and dilem­ma­ta, and explo­ring com­ple­xi­ty of the "real" world in a play­ful atmosphere.
Par­ti­ci­pants will deve­lop their skills in rea­ding and wri­ting sci­en­ti­fic texts, in asking good (not only sci­en­ti­fic) ques­ti­ons, and joy­ful­ly impro­ve their per­so­nal bar­gai­ning skills. They will inves­ti­ga­te poli­ti­cal sci­en­ces theo­ries, and will expe­ri­ence how to do empi­ri­cal rese­arch in a small sca­le – from plan­ning to obser­va­ti­on to interpretation.

Play­ing Poli­tics. Play­ing Games for the Prac­ti­cal Expe­ri­ence of Ratio­nal Choice Theo­re­ti­cal Con­cepts accord­ing to Micha­el Laver Euro­­pe-Uni­­ver­­­si­­ty Via­dri­na in Frankfurt/Oder, Ger­ma­ny Semi­nar for BA and MA Gra­des 3 | 6 ECTS BA: Pra­xis­mo­dul / Sozi­al­wis­sen­schaft­li­che Ver­tie­fung MA (MASS, Euro­pean Stu­dies): Pra­xis­mo­dul / Modul Poli­tik & Kultur/ Opti­ons­mo­dul Dates & Rooms Hybrid For­mat Block Cour­se Win­ter Semes­ter 2021/2022 WED 3rdPlay­ing Poli­tics WS 2021 wei­ter­le­sen

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