Objectives of the course

This subject gives methodological guidelines to students for the preparation of seminar papers, essays, diploma papers and other written papers. The course introduces students to the understanding of contemporary society, the needs, interests, values, the structure of contemporary society, the position and role of social groups, helps students to recognize phenomena and knowledge in their midst, wider and wider environments.

CodeSubject statusSemesterClassesECTS
P-SSP Compulsory II 3+2 6

Acquired knowledge

The student who passes the exam is able to independently do student work and projects, to recognize the sociological and social problems in the wider and wider environment, to see what is in the social movements and changes acting negatively and what stimulates entrepreneurial and business activities, to understand the needs as drivers development, to know the essence of social groups, organizations, cultures, villages, cities, power, ecology, state and other institutions in society.

Content of the subject

Sociology with sociology of law. Methods of making expert papers. The concept of society. General characteristics of modern society and social structure. Types of contemporary societies. Social conflict. Needs, interests and values. Social groups, characteristics of contemporary social groups. The state and perspectives of the modern family. Social structure of contemporary society. State and forms of political power, the development of the rule of law. Power in society. Law and justice. Public opinion, human rights and democracy. Culture, characteristics of contemporary culture, business culture. Moral and society.

Teaching methods and material mastering

Lectures, exercises, consultations, written examinations (colloquiums) individual student work (seminar and homework, papers, etc.), as well as group participation of students in the study of certain thematic units.

Forms of knowledge assessment

  • Test 1 (0-15 points)
  • Test 2 (0-15 points)
  • Final exam (0-50 points)
  • Seminar(s) (0-10 points)
  • Teaching activities (0-10 points)