Rovira y Virgili
Educational guide 
Faculty of Arts
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Urban Anthropology, Migrations and Social Intervention (2013)

TypeA Code Competences Specific
  AC1 Recognise the episteme, the history of schools of thought, and theoretical and methodological approaches to cities, the construction of citizenship and urban systems, and be able to use the leading analytical and thematic domains of urban ethnography for purposes of diagnosis, intervention and basic research.
  AC2 Study the new social and religious movements, bearing in mind global/transnational political and religious processes, and the dynamics of social, political and religious conflict, with the necessary critical spirit and the capacity for observation and analysis.
  AC3 Identify and appraise the consequences of the numerous and fluctuating transformations and dynamics of contemporary cities, as they are expressed in the spheres of urbanism, heritage-tourism, leisure and gender, and the way in which they articulate new forms of expression and interaction in urban spaces.
  AC4 Understand the main problems that affect the processes of social transformation stemming from migration and citizenship by considering the three main actors involved in the development of social policies: administration, organised civil society and international operators.
  AC5 Use their methodological skills and specialised knowledge in research techniques and intervention to study the complexity of the problems of metropolitan environments, migration processes and multiculturality and to design basic or applied research projects to analyse the origins of problems and make recommendations about how to solve them.
  AC6 Have a good knowledge of the literature on migration studies (in a variety of disciplines), and the ability to research and interpret migration policies and the extent to which they are influenced by the social sciences.
  AC7 Design projects on migration processes, as well as multidisciplinary projects that coordinate the various roles of the professions involved in studying and intervening in migrations.
  AC8 Design, implement and assess intervention plans by negotiating the provision of services with the people involved.
  AC9 Analyse the behaviours that represent a risk to the client system and draw up strategies to modify them.
  AC10 Use mediation as an intervention strategy for resolving conflicts and develop strategies for preventing risk in professional practice.
  AC11 Analyse and systematise the information provided by professional practice to create new strategies that respond to emerging social situations.
TypeB Code Competences Transversal
  BC1 Effective solutions to complex problems
  BC2 Critical, logical and creative thinking, and an ability to innovate
  BC3 Autonomy, responsibility and initiative
  BC4 Teamwork, collaboration and sharing of responsibility
  BC5 Clear and effective communication of information, ideas, problems and solutions in public or a specific technical field
  BC6 Sensitivity to environmental issues
  BC7 Management of complex technical or professional projects
  BC8 CT1. Become sufficiently independent to work on research projects and scientific or technological collaborations within their thematic area.
  BC9 CT2. Forming opinions on the basis of the efficient management and use of information.
  BC10 CT3. Solve complex problems critically, creatively and innovatively in multidisciplinary contexts.
  BC11 CT4. Work in multidisciplinary teams and in complex contexts.
  BC12 CT5. Communicate complex ideas effectively to all sorts of audiences.
  BC13 CT6. Develop abilities to manage their professional career.
  BC14 CT7. Apply ethical principles and social responsibility as a citizen and a professional.
TypeC Code Competences Nuclear
  CC1 Have an intermediate mastery of a foreign language, preferably English
  CC2 Be advanced users of the information and communication technologies
  CC3 Be able to manage information and knowledge
  CC4 Be able to express themselves correctly both orally and in writing in one of the two official languages of the URV
  CC5 Be committed to ethics and social responsibility as citizens and professionals
  CC6 Be able to define and develop their academic and professional project