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To engage in a critical analysis of theoretical debates around globalisation, cultural imperialism and development;
! To consider the economic and political factors which underlie the communications structure of specific countries.
By the end of the module students will be able to:
! Describe historical, economic and political factors which shape international flows of information and culture;
! Critically evaluate theories of globalisation, cultural imperialism and development in relation to international communications organisations;
! Profile and discuss the communications structure and policies of one country.
Teaching and Learning Methods
Lectures, seminar discussions and workshops.
We shall have some specialist lecturers: Gholam Khiabany from the school.
Students will study for a total of 200 hours on this module made up in the following way:
timetabled classes, lectures and group discussions 33 hours
self-directed study 104 hours
assessment preparation 56 hours
private review of assessment after receiving feedback 7 hours
Total 200 hours.
1. A 2000 word profile of the communications structure of a chosen country (50%):
this cannot be the UK, US or your own country.
2. A 2000 word essay on one aspect of globalisation and international communications (50%). Essay titles will be provided in week 8.
Date of Assessment:
Both pieces of work must be submitted in Week 14 on the day of class....