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Social Theory of Media

Informacje ogólne

Kod przedmiotu: WH-R-SocialTheo Kod Erasmus / ISCED: (brak danych) / (brak danych)
Nazwa przedmiotu: Social Theory of Media
Jednostka: Wydział Nauk Humanistycznych
Grupy: Grupa przedmiotów - oferta Erasmus
Grupa przedmiotów ogólnouczelnianych
Grupa przedmiotów ogólnouczelnianych - Doktoranci
Grupa przedmiotów ogólnouczelnianych - Obszar nauk społecznych (I stopień i jednolite magisterskie)
Grupa przedmiotów ogólnouczelnianych - Obszar nauk społecznych (studia II stopnia)
Punkty ECTS i inne: (brak)
Język prowadzenia: angielski
Poziom przedmiotu:

zaawansowany

Symbol/Symbole efektów kształcenia:

wpisz symbol/symbole efektów kształcenia

DRL_W03

DRL_U01


Skrócony opis:

SHORT DESCRIPTION: Post-graduate students (master and PhD and BA students after a primarily arrangements with lecturer) as well as visiting Erasmus students are welcome to this unit. This course has twofold aim: 1) to explore the European and US sociological and philosophic roots of a cultural conception of communication; 2) On a comparative basis, to promote a deeper interknowledge of Portuguese and Polish education and research on communication and media studies as well as media systems.

Pełny opis:

FULL DESCRIPTION

Summary:

The main focus of this course will be placed on the roots of Communication and media studies which are in some extend research interests of the lecturer. In the second half of the course, the aim is to promote comparative discussion concerning Portuguese and Polish media systems education and research on communication and media studies as well as in the last decades.

SYLLABUS

1. COMMUNICATION AND JOURNALISM AS TOPICS OF SOCIAL EUROPEAN THEORY (Total: 6h)

(Session 1: 1h30) The newspapers in German political economy

(Session 2: 1h30) The concept of communication in the German sociologist Ferdinand Tönnies

(Session 3: 1h30) Newspapers and public in the French sociologist Gabriel Tarde

(Session 4: 1h30) Oral presentations

Bibliography

* Hardt, H. (2001). Social Theories of the Press. Constituents of Communication Research, 1840 to 1920s. Oxford: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

* Katz, E. (2006). Rediscovering Gabriel Tarde. Political Communication. vol. 23 (3): 263-270.

2. US SOCIOLOGICAL TRADITION ON COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES

(Total: 6 hours)

(Session 5: 1h30) The intellectual roots of communication studies in US: Edward Ross, William Sumner e Albion Small

(Sessions 6 and 7: 1h30 + 1h30) Communication, media and utopia in the Chicago School of social thought; John Dewey. Communication and Society; and Robert E. Park: Immigrant Press and its Control

Bibliography

* Czitrom, Daniel J. (1982). Toward a new community? Modern communication in the social thought of Charles Horton Cooley, John Dewey and Robert E. Park. In: Media and the American Mind. From Morse to McLuhan, Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press: 91-121.

* Dewey, J. (1981 [1927]). The Public and its Problems. Athens: Swallow Press & Ohio University Press.

* Park, R: E. The Immigrant Press and Its Control. New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers.

* Peters, J. D. & Simonson, P. (2004). From Hope to Disillusionment. Mass Communication Theory Coalesces, 1919-1933. In: Mass Communication and American Social Thought. Key Texts, 1919-1968. New York, Toronto, Oxford: Rowman & Littlefiled Publishers: 13-20.

* Subtil, F. & José L. Garcia (2010), “Communication: An inheritance of the Chicago school of social thought”, in C. Hardt (edt.), The Legacy of Chicago School of Sociology, Manchester: Midrash Publishing: 216-243.

3. COMPARING PORTUGUESE AND POLISH MEDIA SYSTEMS (Total: 10h30 hours)

(Session 8: 1h30) Mapping Portuguese society after the revolution (1974)

(Session 9: 1h30) Communication research and education in Portugal

(Sessions 10 and 11: 1h30 + 1h30) Workshop on Portugal and Poland: Comparing Communication research and education

(session 12: 1h30) Portuguese media system

(Sessions 13 and 14: 1h30 + 1h30) Comparing Portuguese and Polish media systems

(Session 15: 1h30) Global Assessment of this unit.

Bibliography

* Barczyszyn, P. & Pisarek, W. (2014). Polish media studies between past and future. The interview with Prof. Dr. Walery Pisarek. Central Journal of Communication. 7, 1 (12): 136-150.

* Bychawska-Siniarska & Kaminski, Ireneusz, C. (2016). Media Pluralism in Poland. In: A comparative analysis of media freedom and pluralism in EU Member states. European Parlament.

* Filas, R. & Planeta, P. (2014 [2009]). Media in Poland and Public Discourse. In Czepek, A; Hellwing, M & Nowak, E. (eds). Press freedom and pluralism in Europe: Concepts and conditions. Bristol: Intellect: 141-163.

* Lobo, P.; Silveirinha, M. J.; Torres da Silva, M. e Subtil, F. (2015) "’In journalism, we are all men’: material voices in the production of gender meanings", Journalism Studies, DOI: 10.1080/1461670X.2015.1111161 (JCR: 0,881).

* Lopez-Escobar, E. & Algarra, M. M. (2017). Communication teaching and research in Spain. The calm and the storm. Publizisk, Issue 1: Springer. DOI 10.1007/s11616-016-0306-4.

* Ribeiro, N. (2016). Communication studies on Iberian Peninsula. In Simonson, P. & Park. D. W. The International History of Communication Studies. New York: Routledge: 213-234.

Literatura:

1. COMMUNICATION AND JOURNALISM AS TOPICS OF SOCIAL EUROPEAN THEORY (Total: 6h)

Bibliography

* Hardt, H. (2001). Social Theories of the Press. Constituents of Communication Research, 1840 to 1920s. Oxford: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

* Katz, E. (2006). Rediscovering Gabriel Tarde. Political Communication. vol. 23 (3): 263-270.

2. US SOCIOLOGICAL TRADITION ON COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES

(Total: 6 hours)

Bibliography

* Czitrom, Daniel J. (1982). Toward a new community? Modern communication in the social thought of Charles Horton Cooley, John Dewey and Robert E. Park. In: Media and the American Mind. From Morse to McLuhan, Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press: 91-121.

* Dewey, J. (1981 [1927]). The Public and its Problems. Athens: Swallow Press & Ohio University Press.

* Park, R: E. The Immigrant Press and Its Control. New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers.

* Peters, J. D. & Simonson, P. (2004). From Hope to Disillusionment. Mass Communication Theory Coalesces, 1919-1933. In: Mass Communication and American Social Thought. Key Texts, 1919-1968. New York, Toronto, Oxford: Rowman & Littlefiled Publishers: 13-20.

* Subtil, F. & José L. Garcia (2010), “Communication: An inheritance of the Chicago school of social thought”, in C. Hardt (edt.), The Legacy of Chicago School of Sociology, Manchester: Midrash Publishing: 216-243.

3. COMPARING PORTUGUESE AND POLISH MEDIA SYSTEMS (Total: 10h30 hours)

Bibliography

* Barczyszyn, P. & Pisarek, W. (2014). Polish media studies between past and future. The interview with Prof. Dr. Walery Pisarek. Central Journal of Communication. 7, 1 (12): 136-150.

* Bychawska-Siniarska & Kaminski, Ireneusz, C. (2016). Media Pluralism in Poland. In: A comparative analysis of media freedom and pluralism in EU Member states. European Parlament.

* Filas, R. & Planeta, P. (2014 [2009]). Media in Poland and Public Discourse. In Czepek, A; Hellwing, M & Nowak, E. (eds). Press freedom and pluralism in Europe: Concepts and conditions. Bristol: Intellect: 141-163.

* Lobo, P.; Silveirinha, M. J.; Torres da Silva, M. e Subtil, F. (2015) "’In journalism, we are all men’: material voices in the production of gender meanings", Journalism Studies, DOI: 10.1080/1461670X.2015.1111161 (JCR: 0,881).

* Lopez-Escobar, E. & Algarra, M. M. (2017). Communication teaching and research in Spain. The calm and the storm. Publizisk, Issue 1: Springer. DOI 10.1007/s11616-016-0306-4.

* Ribeiro, N. (2016). Communication studies on Iberian Peninsula. In Simonson, P. & Park. D. W. The International History of Communication Studies. New York: Routledge: 213-234.

The required readings are going to be provided by the lecturer.

Efekty kształcenia:

DRL_W03 (PhD student owns established knowledge In the field of Humanities)

DRL_U01 (PhD student can use information critically and independently, can perform analysis of various range of data, resources and literature)

Metody i kryteria oceniania:

Each subject will be firstly presented as a lecture, and further discussed collectively through students oral presentations.

Assessment criteria:

1. Attendance & active participation in classes discussions

2. Oral presentation (in groups of maximum 3 people) based on allocated readings or research work.

The required readings are going to be provided by the lecturer.

Praktyki zawodowe:

n/a

Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr zimowy 2017/18" (w trakcie)

Okres: 2017-10-01 - 2018-01-31
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Typ zajęć: Ćwiczenia, 30 godzin więcej informacji
Konwersatorium, 30 godzin więcej informacji
Koordynatorzy: Piotr Dejneka, Filipa Subtil
Prowadzący grup: Filipa Subtil
Lista studentów: (nie masz dostępu)
Zaliczenie: Zaliczenie na ocenę
Typ przedmiotu:

fakultatywny dowolnego wyboru

Skrócony opis:

SHORT DESCRIPTION: Post-graduate students (master and PhD and BA students after a primarily arrangements with lecturer) as well as visiting Erasmus students are welcome to this unit. This course has twofold aim: 1) to explore the European and US sociological and philosophic roots of a cultural conception of communication; 2) On a comparative basis, to promote a deeper interknowledge of Portuguese and Polish education and research on communication and media studies as well as media systems.

Pełny opis:

FULL DESCRIPTION

Summary:

The main focus of this course will be placed on the roots of Communication and media studies which are in some extend research interests of the lecturer. In the second half of the course, the aim is to promote comparative discussion concerning Portuguese and Polish media systems education and research on communication and media studies as well as in the last decades.

SocialTheory of Media

Prof. Filipa GonçalvesSubtil (School of Communication and Media Studies, Lisbon)

Harmonogram zajęć / Classes Schedule

23.10.2017 – 3.11.2017

23.10.2017, poniedziałek / Monday Wykład / Lecture16:45 – 20:00, sala 324

24.10.2017, wtorek / Tuesday Ćwiczenia / Workshops 9:45 – 14:45, sala 424

Wykład / Lecture16:45 – 20:00, sala 424

25.10.2017, środa / Wednesday Ćwiczenia / Workshops 9:45 – 14:45, sala 424

Wykład / Lecture16:45 – 20:00, sala 424

26.10.2017, czwartek / Thursday Ćwiczenia / Workshops 9:45 – 14:45, sala 424

Wykład / Lecture16:45 – 20:00, sala 326

27.10.2017, piątek / Friday Wykład / Lecture15:00-20:00, sala 424

30.10.2017, poniedziałek / Monday Ćwiczenia / Workshops 9:45 – 14:45, sala 223

Wykład / Lecture16:45 – 20:00, sala 223

3.11.2017, piątek / Friday Ćwiczenia / Workshops 9:45 – 14:45, sala 223

Wykład / Lecture16:45 – 20:00, sala 223

Literatura:

1. COMMUNICATION AND JOURNALISM AS TOPICS OF SOCIAL EUROPEAN THEORY (Total: 6h)

Bibliography

* Hardt, H. (2001). Social Theories of the Press. Constituents of Communication Research, 1840 to 1920s. Oxford: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

* Katz, E. (2006). Rediscovering Gabriel Tarde. Political Communication. vol. 23 (3): 263-270.

2. US SOCIOLOGICAL TRADITION ON COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES

(Total: 6 hours)

Bibliography

* Czitrom, Daniel J. (1982). Toward a new community? Modern communication in the social thought of Charles Horton Cooley, John Dewey and Robert E. Park. In: Media and the American Mind. From Morse to McLuhan, Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press: 91-121.

* Dewey, J. (1981 [1927]). The Public and its Problems. Athens: Swallow Press & Ohio University Press.

* Park, R: E. The Immigrant Press and Its Control. New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers.

* Peters, J. D. & Simonson, P. (2004). From Hope to Disillusionment. Mass Communication Theory Coalesces, 1919-1933. In: Mass Communication and American Social Thought. Key Texts, 1919-1968. New York, Toronto, Oxford: Rowman & Littlefiled Publishers: 13-20.

* Subtil, F. & José L. Garcia (2010), “Communication: An inheritance of the Chicago school of social thought”, in C. Hardt (edt.), The Legacy of Chicago School of Sociology, Manchester: Midrash Publishing: 216-243.

3. COMPARING PORTUGUESE AND POLISH MEDIA SYSTEMS (Total: 10h30 hours)

Bibliography

* Barczyszyn, P. & Pisarek, W. (2014). Polish media studies between past and future. The interview with Prof. Dr. Walery Pisarek. Central Journal of Communication. 7, 1 (12): 136-150.

* Bychawska-Siniarska & Kaminski, Ireneusz, C. (2016). Media Pluralism in Poland. In: A comparative analysis of media freedom and pluralism in EU Member states. European Parlament.

* Filas, R. & Planeta, P. (2014 [2009]). Media in Poland and Public Discourse. In Czepek, A; Hellwing, M & Nowak, E. (eds). Press freedom and pluralism in Europe: Concepts and conditions. Bristol: Intellect: 141-163.

* Lobo, P.; Silveirinha, M. J.; Torres da Silva, M. e Subtil, F. (2015) "’In journalism, we are all men’: material voices in the production of gender meanings", Journalism Studies, DOI: 10.1080/1461670X.2015.1111161 (JCR: 0,881).

* Lopez-Escobar, E. & Algarra, M. M. (2017). Communication teaching and research in Spain. The calm and the storm. Publizisk, Issue 1: Springer. DOI 10.1007/s11616-016-0306-4.

* Ribeiro, N. (2016). Communication studies on Iberian Peninsula. In Simonson, P. & Park. D. W. The International History of Communication Studies. New York: Routledge: 213-234.

The required readings are going to be provided by the lecturer.

Uwagi:

Conservatory English and fluency in reading are required Conservatory English and fluency in reading are required.

Opisy przedmiotów w USOS i USOSweb są chronione prawem autorskim.
Właścicielem praw autorskich jest Uniwersytet Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego w Warszawie.