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        <!----><h2>Lehrveranstaltungen</h2><!----><A HREF="../00022200/06418267.htm">FU_China at the eastern end of the continental and maritime silkroads - past and present 9555 1 WS 21/22, Seminar</A><br/><!---->

        <!----><h2>Modulleitung</h2><!----><!----><!---->Banzer, Roman<br><!----><!----><!----><!----><!---->
       	<!----><h2>Studienplan</h2><!---->BSc AR 14<br><!---->BSc AR 19<br><!---->BSc BWL 12<br><!---->BSc BWL 21<br><!---->FAWA 14<br><!---->MSc AR 14<br><!---->MSc AR 19<br><!---->MSc EM 18<br><!---->MSc EM 20<br><!---->MSc EN 15<br><!---->MSc FI 15<br><!---->MSc FI 20<br><!---->MSc IS 15<br><!---->MSc WI 19<br><!---->
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><h2>Lehrziele</h2>
        After successful completion of this module, students <br/><ul style='margin-top:0px; margin-bottom:0px'><li>will understand the major differences in thinking, behavior and action between Chinese and Western people. </li><li>will have sophisticated instruments of communication with Chinese. Intercultural misunderstandings are the major obstacle for multinational companies. </li><li>understand the complex economic and cultural relations between China, India, the Islamic states in the Near East and the countries in Europe. </li><li>will be able to understand the Chinese way of decision making. </li><li>will understand that each age has its winners and losers worldwide and what we can do about it.</li></ul><p/><!---->
        <!----><h2>Lehrinhalte</h2>
        The course will give you a broad understanding of the Chinese civilization and its relations to the people of the western hemisphere during the last two thousand years.<br/><br/>Students:<br/><ul style='margin-top:0px; margin-bottom:0px'><li>learn about Chinese history, civilization, religions, economy and politics, including the new policies of President Xi Jinping</li><li>get to understand the differences in thinking, behavior and action of the Chinese in contrast to the people in the West.</li><li>learn about the economic relations between China, South East Asia, South Asia, Middle East and Near East and the West along the continental and maritime silk roads. The global East-West-trade is more than 2000 years old.</li></ul><p/><!---->
    
        <!----><h2>Lernergebnisse</h2>
        After successful completion of this module, students <br/><ul style='margin-top:0px; margin-bottom:0px'><li>will understand the major differences in thinking, behavior and action between Chinese and Western people. </li><li>will have sophisticated instruments of communication with Chinese. Intercultural misunderstandings are the major obstacle for multinational companies. </li><li>understand the complex economic and cultural relations between China, India, the Islamic states in the Near East and the countries in Europe. </li><li>will be able to understand the Chinese way of decision making. </li><li>will understand that each age has its winners and losers worldwide and what we can do about it.</li></ul><p/><!---->
     
        <!----><h2>Lehrmethode</h2>
        Lectures, self-study and paper writing, paper presentation<p/><!---->
   	<!----><h2>Sprache</h2>
        Englisch<p/><!---->
        <!----><h2>Voraussetzungen</h2>
        Interest in the topic<p/><!---->
         <!----><h2>Lehrmittel</h2>
        Bernstein, William: A splendid exchange. How trade shaped the world, London 2008. <br/>Brown, Kerry: The world according to Xi, London 2018. <br/>Englert, Siegfried: Quanzhou, Annweiler 2012. <br/>Frankopan, Peter: The silk roads: a new history of the world, London 2015. <br/>Gunn, Geoffrey C.: History without borders. The making of an Asian world region 1000 - 1800, Hongkong 2011. <br/>Hamilton, Clive / Ohlberg, Mareike: Hidden hand. Exposing how the Chinese communist party is reshaping the world, Melbourne 2020<br/>Hansen, Valerie: Silk Road, a new history, New York 2017. <br/>Spence, Jonathan: The search for modern China, New York 1990. <br/>Wood, Frances: The silk road, Berkeley 2002. <br/>Yang Jisheng: Tombstone, Hongkong 2013 (in China and Hongkong all sales were forbidden in the meantime, but there are French and German translations available). <br/>Yang Jisheng, The world turned upside down, London 2021 (will be forbidden soon in China).<br/><p/><!---->
    
        <!----><h2>Prfungsmethode</h2>
        Students prepare a seminar paper and present it<p/><!---->
    
         <!----><<h2>Beurteilungsmodus</h2>
        Grading <br/><br/>Students prepare a seminar paper and present it<p/><!---->
     
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