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Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 201

"Introduction to Media and Communication" ITASIA 201 (Lecture/Methods)
This graduate-level introductory course provides an overview of developments and approaches to media and communication studies. The first half of the course is comprised of lectures that aim to demonstrate methodologies and approaches to media analysis. The lectures broadly cover the following four areas: journalism and democracy, mass culture and cultural studies, internet and social media, and globalization and political communication. The second half of the class will introduce approaches to social media and data analytics, including the use of the software application Tableau. All lectures and readings will be in English.
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時間割/共通科目コード
コース名
教員
学期
時限
4972010
GII-IA6201L3
Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 201
KARLIN JASON GREGORY
A1 A2
火曜3限
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教室
図書館研究所学部等 学際情報学府本館6階・実験室
講義使用言語
英語
単位
2
実務経験のある教員による授業科目
NO
他学部履修
開講所属
学際情報学府
授業計画
9/24 Media & Communication Studies: An Overview 10/1 Media Archives: Discovering Japanese Media History 10/8 Interpreting the Past: Case Study and Textual Analysis 10/15 Media Representations: Approaches to Media Analysis 10/22 Understanding Audiences: Modalities of Media Pleasure 10/29 Idols and Affect in the Media Mix 11/5 Media Effects: Ethics, Regulation, and the Public Interest 11/12 Research Ethics for Media Studies 11/19 Television Advertising in Risk Society 11/26 Platforms, Algorithms, and Social Media Analytics 12/3 Web Scrapping and Data Mining 12/10 Data Visualization 12/17 Data Visualization “One-Slide” Presentations 1/7 Reviewing the State of the Field 1/21 Final Examination
授業の方法
Lecture
成績評価方法
1. Attendance/participation: Students are expected to attend all lectures, to read all assigned readings, and to ask questions. 2. A short oral presentation demonstrating usage of social media aggregation, web scrapping, or data analytics techniques introduced in class. 2. Final Examination: A final examination composed of short essay questions will be administered on the final day of class. The questions will cover the content of the lectures and readings.
教科書
All readings for the course will be available as PDF files from the class webpage. Use of a laptop computer may be necessary.
参考書
NA
履修上の注意
* ITASIA students are required to take this course together with ITASIA 202 (Seminar). * Students outside the ITASIA program may only take this course with the permission of the instructor.
その他
All lectures and readings will be in English.