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Social and Political Sciences Tripos (New Regulations), Parts IIA and IIB, 2003: Notice

The Faculty Board of Social and Political Sciences give notice that, in accordance with Regulations 8 and 14 for the Social and Political Sciences Tripos (Statutes and Ordinances, p. 386: New Regulations), the following variable subjects have been prescribed for papers in Parts IIA and IIB of the Tripos 2003.

Politics

Pol. 7. A subject in modern politics II: Western Europe.

Pol. 8. A subject in modern politics III: The United States of America.

Pol. 9. A subject in modern politics IV: Revolutions.

Pol. 11. A subject in modern politics V: Russia.

Pol. 12. A subject in modern politics VI: Social reform.

Psychology

Psy. 4. A subject in psychology I: Language.

Psy. 5. A subject in psychology II: Psychology and social issues.

Psy. 6. A subject in psychology III. (to be confirmed)

Sociology

Soc. 3. A subject in sociology I: Political economy.

Soc. 4. A subject in sociology II: Media, culture, and society.

Soc. 5. A subject in sociology III: Modern Britain.

Soc. 8. A subject in the sociology of education (Paper 4 of Part II of the Education Tripos).

Interdisciplinary papers

Int. 3. An interdisciplinary subject I: Body, medicine, and society.

Int. 4. An interdisciplinary subject II: Biotechnology and society.

Int. 5. An interdisciplinary subject III: The family.
 

The following papers will not be available for the examination in 2003:

Pol. 4. A subject in modern politics I.

Soc. 6. A subject in sociology IV.

Soc. 7. Modern Japan, I (Paper J. 7 of the Oriental Studies Tripos).


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Cambridge University Reporter, 14 February 2001
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