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FH-Prof. Mag. Dr. Julia Dahlvik, MA

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Lectures 2021/22

Administration, Economics, Security, Politics

> Introduction to scientific thinking UE
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Introduction to scientific thinking UE

Lector: FH-Prof.in Mag.a Dr.in Julia Dahlvik, MA, Mag.a Dr.in Stefanie Mayer, DI Michal Sedlacko, PhD MSc

1.5SWS
2.5ECTS

Lecture contents

- Characteristics/genres of scientific texts, scientific practice and scientific thinking
- Forms and diversity of science, operation of science
- Relations between science and society; use of scientific arguments in decision-making
- Identification and research of scientific texts
- Quoting
- Argumentation
- Structure of scientific work

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
Two online multiple-choice tests (Moodle); two individual seminar papers (conducting a literature search, writing a literature review)

Teaching methods

Reading (guided) of given scientific texts and other materials (citation guidelines); teacher input with discussion; learning videos; individual work assignments with feedback; group exercises

Language

German

> Introduction to scientific work UE
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Introduction to scientific work UE

Lector: FH-Prof.in Mag.a Dr.in Julia Dahlvik, MA, Potjeh Stojanovic, BSc MSc

1.5SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

- Significance of different theoretical perspectives for the administrative sciences (rational actor, organizational theories, governmental politics) using the example of research on the Cuban crisis
- Connection between theoretical perspective and empirical research
- Understand and explain decision-making processes in (international) politics from different perspectives
- Plan (instructed) own research on given current problems in the fields of ecology and sustainability, social justice / gender justice as well as knowledge and digitization

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
Immanent performance assessment: MC tests; reading tasks; short presentations with corresponding documents (group work); development of research plan (group work)

Teaching methods

Reading (guided) individual chapters from Allison/Zelikow (1999); teacher's inputs; group puzzles for reading and group work for research planning (step-by-step guided); short presentations by students; problem-based learning

Language

German

> Theories and concepts of public value UE
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Theories and concepts of public value UE

Lector: FH-Prof.in Mag.a Dr.in Julia Dahlvik, MA, Mag.a Natalia Hartmann, FH-Prof. Mag. Günter Horniak, DI Michal Sedlacko, PhD MSc

1.5SWS
3ECTS

Lecture contents

- Thematic introduction, origin of public value in management science, development of management paradigms (traditional administration/NPM/Public Value)
- Theoretical approaches and current scientific debates on public value
- Group work on management paradigms, different approaches and models
- Concepts of public value: societal level (social justice and ecological sustainability) as well as organisational level (NPOs and civil society organisations; link to existing management concepts)
- Structuring and measurement of public value effects
- Political dimension of public value measurement, question of trade-offs
- Social inclusion, gender, diversity
- Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
The acquisition of the above-mentioned competences is checked within the framework of the immanent performance assessment on the basis of the following partial performances:
-research of examples of public welfare-oriented action
-editing, presentation and discussion of reading
-written reflection
-seminar paper

Teaching methods

The combination of different teaching methods - lecture and distance learning, self-study, practical exercises based on individual and group work, discussion, written reflection as well as feedback from peers and teachers - allows for a diverse transfer of knowledge and skills on the one hand and takes into account different learning types among students on the other. By means of practical applications, students are challenged in this exercise to acquire new competences and to reflect on them in connection with the contents of other courses. The selected working materials and research examples provide a reference to the central topics of the course as well as current focal points such as SDGs and digitization.

Language

German

Publications

The publications of Julia Dahlvik written at FH Campus Wien can be found in our publication database, others in the personal web space.