Part II LAW AND LEGITIMIZATION
The module begins by exploring contending political and sociological understandings of religion at the flip of the twentieth century. It seems, particularly, on the constructed nature of the categories of the ‘non secular’ and the ‘secular’, and at the limits of the secularization thesis, which anticipated the privatization, decline and ultimately disappearance of religion in modernity.
Law and Politics – LLB (Hons)
With this, you need to be able to understand towards the end of this module why China now values the respect for nationwide sovereignty, territorial integrity and the right of all nations to freely select their own paths to improvement. Also, for a lot of students of International Relations, China’s entry and integration into the international society since the Nineteen Seventies has been strikingly non-violent. A secondary focus of this module will be on how China and other key members of the world have been mutually accommodating to one another and whether or not China’s ‘peaceful rise’ can proceed. Finally, the module addresses key political questions underpinning EU politics in these challenging occasions, together with political help for the EU amongst its residents and the phenomenon of Euroscepticism; the UK’s relationship with the EU before and after the Brexit vote; the EU’s underlying democratic legitimacy and debates on its future growth. The objective of this module is to introduce students to the negotiation system that is the EU, the way it has developed politically and institutionally since its creation, how it works, both … Read MoreView More Law and Politics in Nigeria: The Political Functioning of the Judiciary in Colonial Nigeria, 1940 – 1960