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Social and Political Sciences Tripos, Parts IIA and IIB, 2003 and 2004: Correction

The Editor regrets that the Notices listing the available variable subjects prescribed for papers in Parts IIA and IIB of the Social and Political Sciences Tripos in 2003 and 2004 published in Reporter, 2001-02, p. 902, were incorrect. The following lists supersede those previously published.

Examination in 2003

The Faculty Board of Social and Political Sciences give notice of an amendment to the list of variable subjects prescribed for papers in Parts IIA and IIB of the Social and Political Sciences Tripos in 2003 (see Reporter, 2000-01, p. 474). The Faculty Board are satisfied that no student's preparation for the examination in 2003 is adversely affected by the amendment, which is as follows:

Psychology

Paper Psy. 6 (A subject in psychology III) will not be available for examination in 2003.

Sociology

The following variable subject for Paper Soc. 6 is additionally prescribed:

Soc. 6. A subject in sociology IV: Citizenship and human rights.

Examination in 2004

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. 400), the following variable subjects have been prescribed for papers in Parts IIA and IIB of the Tripos in 2004.

Politics

Pol. 7. A subject in modern politics II: European integration.

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.

Psychology

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

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

Sociology

Soc. 3. A subject in sociology I: Economy and society.

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

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

Soc. 6. A subject in sociology IV: Citizenship and human rights.

Soc. 8. A subject in the sociology of education (Paper 3 of Part II of the Education Studies Tripos).

Soc. 9. A subject in sociology V: Religion and politics.

Interdisciplinary papers

Int. 3. An interdisciplinary subject I: Medicine, body, and society.

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

Int. 5. An interdisciplinary subject III: Women, gender, and society.

Int. 9. An interdisciplinary subject IV: The political economy of capitalism.

The following papers will not be available for the examination in 2004:

Pol. 12. A subject in modern politics VI.

Psy. 6. A subject in psychology III.


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Cambridge University Reporter, 9 October 2002
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