BABritish Society and Culture (Double-Subject Study Programme)

Credit points: 0
Contact hours: 60
Type: Practical Classes


Mojca Belak, MA
Vesna Lazović , PhD
Anamarija Šporčič, PhD, Teaching Assistant

Course Description

Aims and Specific Competences:

Introspection, analysis, tolerance, acceptance.


Stereotypes, British humour, the Monarchy, selected chapters from British history, British media, education, social classes, religious and racial issues, England, Wales, Ireland, Scotland.

Course Literature:

  • Fox, K. 2004. Watching the English. London: Hodder & Stoughton. Str.: 416.
  • Paxman, J. 1998. The English, a Portrait of a People. London: Michael Joseph. Str.: 266.
  • Shephard, C. , A. Reid 2001. Re-discovering Britain 1750-1900Pupils' Book. London: John Murray (Publishers) Ltd. Str. 114.
  • Limon, D. 2009. British soicety and culture: from a Slovene perspective. Ljubljana: Znanstvena založba Filozofske fakultete. Str. 270.


The final mark is comprised of the following: test, written assignment and oral presentation.

Grading scale of 6-10 (pass) and 1-5 (fail), in accordance with the Statutes of the University of Ljubljana and with the examination system of the Faculty of Arts.