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Magdalena Habringer, BA MA

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Lectures 2021/22

Social Work

> BA Thesis Seminar 1 SE
Social Work more

BA Thesis Seminar 1 SE

Lector: Florian Bodenseher, FH-Prof. Dr. Marc Diebäcker, Magdalena Habringer, BA MA, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Manuela Hofer, BA, FH-Prof.in Gabriele Kronberger, MA MSc, Dr.in DSAin Karin Rowhani-Wimmer, Mag.a (FH) Doris Stephan, Mag.a Gabriele Wild

1.5SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

The students reflect on the demands placed on writing a thesis regarding research strategy, topical focus and question. They deepen their knowledge about different ways of working, in terms of analysing the literature and familiarising themselves with the formal rules. They practice the scientific argumentation and analysis of subject-specific areas of discourse, learn to assess resources and understand the criteria for assessing academic writing.
The students are supported during the preparation of the exposé and narrowing of their topical scope. Concrete sources are discussed with them and they receive feedback on their writing and research process, while working on their exposé. The exposé is presented and discussed with the students during the module, and a general structure and time plan for the thesis is elaborated. Furthermore, they determine preliminary presuppositions in relation to the expected findings of their BA thesis.

Assessment methods

Final exam

Teaching methods

Literature-based group work and discussion, partly distance learning supported

Language

German

> BA Thesis Seminar 2 SE
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BA Thesis Seminar 2 SE

Lector: Florian Bodenseher, FH-Prof. Dr. Marc Diebäcker, Magdalena Habringer, BA MA, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Manuela Hofer, BA, FH-Prof.in Gabriele Kronberger, MA MSc, Dr.in DSAin Karin Rowhani-Wimmer, Mag.a (FH) Doris Stephan, Mag.a Gabriele Wild

1.5SWS
6ECTS

Lecture contents

The students prepare a literature-based written bachelor thesis. They receive feedback on the writing and research process during writing the individual thesis, and implement it in their work. Students implement the scientific concepts acquired during the degree through recognising, defining and elaborating on the questions, based on the basic scientific methods, which are important for the field.
They are able to illustrate the relevance of the selected topic for their theory-based and scientifically sound engagement with the case-related area of research. They compose their academic work in a fashion that complies with the general and scientific language requirements, lead a discussion at the current discourse level of the selected field and know the assessment criteria, which need to be applied to the bachelor thesis. Furthermore, they are able to summarize and discuss the results of their work, as well as the derived consequences.

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
Immanent exam characteristic with different partial performance requirements

Teaching methods

Lecture-based group work and discussion, partly distance learning supported

Language

German-English

> Violence protection SE
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Violence protection SE

Lector: Magdalena Habringer, BA MA, Dr.rer.soc.oec. Judith Ziegler, MA

1.5SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

Students receive an introduction to the different forms and dynamics of violence.
Key areas are gender-related dynamics of violence in social and immediate social proximity, repercussions of direct as well as indirect experiences of violence, and possible offers of support. The students receive an overview of the possible forms of intervention, as well as deepened knowledge about crisis intervention and dealing with trauma.

Assessment methods

Final exam

Teaching methods

Reading, analysing, casework

Language

German-English

Publications

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