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Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 202

"Introduction to Media and Communication" ITASIA 202 (Seminar)
This graduate-level seminar course provides an overview of theories and methodologies in media and cultural studies. Through a discussion of important works and scholars in media and cultural studies, the class aims to establish a foundation for understanding current theoretical and methodological approaches to the study of journalism and democracy, mass culture and cultural studies, internet and new media, and globalization and political communication.
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コース名
教員
学期
時限
4972020
GII-IA6202L3
Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 202
KARLIN JASON GREGORY
A1 A2
木曜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
9/26 Introduction to Media and Cultural Studies 10/3 Structure and Agency in Media Worlds 10/10The Frankfurt School and Culture Industries 10/17 The Semiotics of Popular Culture 10/24 Audience Studies and Media Reception 10/31 Democracy and the Public Sphere 11/21 Reproduction and Authenticity 11/28 New Media and the Quantified Self 12/5 Big Data, Surveillance, and Privacy 12/12 Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning 12/19 Mediated Communication and Interpersonal Relations 1/9 Precarity and Affective Labor in the Gig Economy 1/16 Globalization and Media Flows 1/21 Final Examination
授業の方法
Seminar/Discussion
成績評価方法
1. Class participation, which will be evaluated on the basis of participation and intellectual engagement in class discussion. (25%) 2. Two “discussion topic” postings on the class webpage. (15%) 3. One oral class presentation that will serve to launch our discussions of the readings. (10%) 4. A literature review essay of about 3,000-5,000 words. (25%)
教科書
All readings for the course will be available as PDF files from the class webpage.
参考書
NA
履修上の注意
* ITASIA students are required to take this course together with ITASIA 201 (Lecture). * Students outside the ITASIA program may only take this course with the permission of the instructor.
その他
All classroom discussion and readings will be in English.