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Graduate Program for Research School for Southeast Asian Studies (English Program)
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School

Research School for Southeast Asian Studies

Student Type

PhD & Master

Discipline

Politics; Economics

Discipline Code

0302;0201

Applicable Grade

Grade  2014  

Revised Time

   2014  Year  5  Month

Subject included

International Relations(030207); Political Theory (030201); World Economics (0201105); World History (060300); History of China (060200)

Length of Study

Master 2  years; PhD  3 years

Credit Requirements

Master _≥26__ credits: ≥__26_ credits for courses,

_=_0_ credits for other academic sections.

PhD __≥12_ credits: _≥12__ credits for courses,

__=0_ credits for other academic sections.

Program Objectives

This Program aims to train high level international professionals with a solid foundation in International Relations theory and thorough understanding of international affairs, especially Asia-Pacific international affairs. It is expected that graduates of the program will have capability to apply for positions in diplomatic organizations, multi-national companies, government departments or teaching and research institutes with an interest in the international affairs.
All courses are lectured in English, aim to train high level professionals majored in international relations with a good foundation and understanding of Chinese society and culture.
This Program helps to promote the progress of international education in our university, facilitates international cooperation and communication of the teachers and students, and enhances the friendship between the Chinese people and the peoples of the world.

Requirements of Research Ability and Other Aspects

Masters: Our department encourages students to do research positively, but academic paper isn’t compulsory when apply for degree.

 

PHDs: PHDs should publish at least 2 academic research papers, which are more than 3000 words respectively. Moreover, graduates should be the lead author of them and Xiamen University should be located as the first sign unit. While, if the supervisor is the first author and the graduate is the second, this paper is also approved. And, the related textbook (more than 50,000 words) or the related monograph (more than 30,000) words can also be considered as one academic research paper. Concerning the qualification of journal, both of CSSCI national journals and any international journal are accepted. Specifically, in terms of national journal, a publication on SCIEI SSC can be considered as two CSSCI paper

Curriculum

(*SP -Spring semester ;FA-Fall semester; SU-Summer semester ;C-Compulsory ;O-Optional)

Category

Course Name

Credit

Term

 Master

PhD

Remarks

General Courses

Master _4_ credits,

PhD _4_ credits

Rudiments of Chinese Language

2

F

C

C

 

Selected Issues on China

2

F

C

C

 

Compulsory

Courses

Master ≥_12_ credits,

PhD ≥_6_ credits

Theories of International Relations

3

F

C

 

Master Program’s Compulsory

Contemporary Security Studies: Regional Security Issues in the Asia-Pacific

3

SP

C

 

 

History of International Relations in the Asia-Pacific

3

F

C

 

Studies of Non-traditional Security

3

SP

C

 

Readings in masterpieces for history of Sino-foreign relations

3

F

C

PHD in History of China’s Compulsory

Power and Norms in International Relations

3

SP

O

C

PHD in International Relations, Political Theory, History of China’s Compulsory; Master Program’s Compulsory

Advance Research in International Relations

3

SP

C

PHD in International Relations, Political Theory’s Compulsory

Economy and Finance in Asia-Pacific

3

SP

C

PHD in World Economy’s Compulsory

Economic Globalization and East Asian Economies

3

SP

C

 

Optional

Courses

History of International Communication of Chinese Tea

2

SP

O

O

 

Social Research and Statistical Method

2

F

O

 

Master Program’s Optional

   

The craft of research: writing academic paper, proposal and thesis in English

2

SP

O

 

Development Policy and Innovation System

2

SP

O

 

China and Overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia

2

SP

O

 

Monographic Study on Development issues in developing countries

2

SP

O

 

Comparative Politics

2

SP

O

 

Other Requirements

Courses completed during master studies can be exempted in the doctoral studies. Detailed requirements are formulated by different disciplines.

 

Other academic sections  (C-Compulsory ;O-Optional)

Category

C or not

Credit

Requirements

Evaluation

(Ways and time)

Academic Lectures

C for all Postgraduate

 

Basic form:

1.      Attendance in the lectures or acting as keynote speakers of academic solons for more than 10 times;

2.      PHDs are required to organize academic lecture and be a main speaker.

The department will evaluate and review the academic comments before defense

Mid-term Examination

C for all Postgraduate

 

Theoretical issues; Hot issues;

The 2nd academic year;

Open-book or Closed-book Examination

Literature Review and  Thesis Proposal

C for all Postgraduate

 

Requirements for master thesis proposal:

1. Preparation. The thesis title shall be confirmed under the supervisor’s guidance prior to the end of the second semester, the first academic year and the documents shall started be collected, so is other preparation work.

2. Thesis proposal. The thesis proposal should be completed and submitted, under the supervisor’s guidance, prior to the 3rd semester, the first academic year. The title and structure shall be confirmed under the examination comments of supervisor team or teaching and research office.

Requirements for doctoral thesis proposal:

1. Topic selection. The thesis title shall be confirmed, under the supervisor’s guidance, and the relevant document review shall be completed.

2. Thesis proposal. The Ph.D candidates shall complete the thesis proposal in the 1st semester of the 2nd academic year under the supervisor’s examination, which should include:  1. The title selection scope; 2. Research objective, meaning, the academic or practice problem to be settled in the thesis and the expected innovative points and its scientific value. 3. Academic thought (guiding thought, methodology and main theme of the thesis, argument basis, problems to be settled). 4. The existing document and other information in this subject. 5. The current problem or challenges. 6. Writing plan, including the time management of survey, outline, preliminary draft, final draft and printing.

 

The 2nd academic year;

Social Practice

C for all Postgraduate

 

The social practice identification form and practice report shall be submitted with no words limitation.

The 1st academic year or the 2nd academic year

Teaching Practice

 

 Master candidates shall participate in the teaching activities relevant to the subject under the arrangement and guidance of their supervisors and teaching and research office, including teaching some chapters of undergraduates/junior college students courses, assisting professors in class discussion, papers check, tutoring and other teaching assistance work, and the social investigation conducted by teaching and research office or supervisor team.

The 1st academic year or the 2nd academic year

External Studies and Exchange Experience

 

Off-campus exchange experience or field work 

The 2nd academic year or the 3rd academic year

Thesis

Basic requirements for thesise.g., academic quality of the thesis

Masters: Students should choose thesis title under supervisor’s guidance. The thesis can be special research or high-quality report on investigation. Students should finish thesis in one year on the basis of collecting data and doing investigation. The thesis can be written in English, but it must contain the Chinese abstract. It also should be reviewed according to our university’s rules. The thesis for the graduate students should manifest his academic abilities for research and practice, which means: 1) the topic being of valuable in academic research or practice2.)creative opinions or researching methods; 3) reasonable structures, good logic and persuasion; 4) concrete materials; 5) good forms; 6) more than 30,000 words

 

PHDs: In order to qualify, (1) the basic points, conclusions and proposals of the thesis shall bear considerable theoretical and practical value; (2) the content of the thesis shall demonstrate that the author has grasped the basic theory and the specifics of the discipline solidly, comprehensively and systematically; (3) the thesis shall demonstrate that the author has developed his/her own research approach and skill, and is able to research independently; (4) the author shall be able to think creatively and shall realize certain academic achievements 5more than 50000 words.

Major references and Journals (C-Compulsory ;O-Optional)

No.

Major reference and Journal

Author

Evaluation*

RemarksC or O

1

The Chinese in Southeast Asia, London : Oxford University Press, 1966 .

Victor Purcell

 

必读

2

The Nanhai Trade: The early history of Chinese trade in the South China Sea,Times Academic press,1998.

Wang Gungwu

 

必读

3

A short history of the Nanyang Chinese, Eastern University Press LTD, 1959.

Adam, Mckeown, Conceptualizing Chinese Diaspora,1842-1949.

Wang Gungwu

 

必读

4

Maritime expansion and Chinese migration.

Philip Kuhn

 

必读

5

Coolies and Mandarins(1851-1911),Singapore University Press,1985

Yen Ching-Hwang

 

必读

6

The Cambridge History of China, vol II, Late Ch’ing, 1800-1911, Part, chapter 9, The Republican Revolutionary Movement. Cambridge,1980.

Denis Twitchett and John K. Fairbank,

 

必读

7

The Overseas Chinese and the 1911 Revolution, Oxford University press 1976.

Yen Ching-hwang ,

 

必读

8

Contempoary Security StudiesOxford University Press2007.

Alan Collins

 

必读

9

Security and International Relations, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2005,

Edward A. Kolodziej

 

必读

10

Remapping East Asia: the Construction of a Region, Ithaca NY: Cornell University Press, 2005,

T.J. Pempel, ed

 

必读

11

“The Asia-Pacific: What Sort of Region in What Sort of World?” in Anthony McGrew and Christopher Brook, eds., Asia-Pacific in the New World Order, London: Routledge, 1998.

Barry Buzan,

 

必读

12

Asia-Pacific Strategic Relations, Seeking Convergent Security, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001,

William T Tow,

 

必读

13

, What is in a Rim? Critical Perspectives on the Pacific Region Idea, Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 1998.

Arif Dirlik. ed

 

必读

14

《中外关系历史研究》(韩振华选集之一),香港大学亚洲研究中心1999年版

韩振华

 

必读

15

《历代中外行纪》,上海辞书出版社2008年版

陈佳荣、钱江、张广达

 

必读

16

《中外关系史名著提要》,中国华侨出版社2002年第1

纪宗安主编

 

必读

17

History, culture and region in Southeast Asian perspective

Wolters.O.W

 

必读

18

《经济全球化与发展中国家》,社会科学文献出版社2002

谈世中、王耀媛、江时学等

 

必读

19

《全球化:西方理论前沿》,社会科学文献出版社2002

杨雪冬

 

必读

20

《东亚经济发展模式比较研究》,厦门大学出版社2002

沈红芳

 

必读

21

《东亚创新未来增长》,中国财政经济出版社2004年翻译出版

世界银行

 

必读

22

《经济全球化的理论思考》,《经济学动态》20015

王振中

 

必读

23

The Indonesian economy during the Soeharto era , Kuala Lumpur ;New York :Oxford University Press1981

Anne Booth and Peter McCawley

 

必读

24

The Indonesian economy in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries :a history of missed opportunitiesHampshire :Macmillan1988

Anne Booth

 

必读

25

Financial Liberalization and Financial Fragility”, The World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No.19171998

Asla Demirguc-kunt & Enrica Detragiache

 

必读

26

“Bank-Based and Market-Based Financial Systems: Cross-Country Comparison”, The World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No.21431999

Asla Demirguc-kunt & Rose Levine

 

必读

27

nside the Crisis:An Empirical Analysis of Banking Systems in Distress”, The World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No.24312000

Asla Demirguc-kunt, Enrica Detraagiache & Poonam

 

必读

28

Normative State Power in International Relations Oxford: Oxford University Press,2012.

Marjo Koivisto

 

选读

29

Towards a Normative Theory of International Relations Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009

Mervyn Frost

 

选读

30

Can Institutions have Responsibilities? Collective Moral Agency and International Relations Basingstoke: Plagrave Macmillan, 2003

Toni Erskine

 

选读

31

Normative Theory in International Relations: A Pragmatic Approach Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999

 

Molly Cochran

 

 

选读

32

International Relations Theory: New Normative Approaches Hertfordshire: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1992

 

Chris Brown

 

 

选读

33

Chinoiserie, London: Phaidon Press, 1999.

Dawn Jacobson

 

选读

34

The Chronicles of the East India Company Trading to China 1635-1834 (1-8), London & New York: Routledge, 2000.

Hosea B. Morse

 

选读

35

The Dutch East India Company’s Tea Trade with China, Leiden: Brill, 2007.

Liu Yong

 

选读

36

《历史研究》(期刊)

 

 

 

37

《华侨华人历史研究》(期刊)

 

 

 

38

《世界历史》(期刊)

 

 

 

39

《南洋问题研究》(期刊)

 

 

 

40

《史学》(期刊)

 

 

 

41

《文史哲》(期刊)

 

 

 

42

Journal of Southeast Asia(期刊)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Evaluation ways1. Examination: Knowledge of references and journals to be covered on the exam.       

            2. Examination on thesis proposal or comprehensive examination

            3. Reading Report;

            4. Other specific ways.

 

 

 

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