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Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 223

NOTE: DUE TO COVID-19 THIS LECTURE IS CANCELLED.. Discourse Analysis: Exploring the Social Construction of Reality through Texts:
This course is intended as an introduction to learning about discourse analysis, which has been increasingly employed for studies of journalism, media and other cultural phenomena. The term “discourse analysis” connotes not just a method or technique of qualitative investigations of texts. It embodies a strong social constructivist view of the world and thus puts forward a particular perspective on the nature of language, in particular, the relation between language and power. In this course, we learn the practice of discourse analysis as well as discuss the philosophy that underlies it so that we fully understand the advantages of employing the discourse analysis in our research.
Among many types of discourse analysis, this course particularly sheds light on the critical discourse analysis that is relevant to journalism studies. The critical discourse analysis look to institutional, political, gender and media discourses, and reveals their overt relations to struggle and conflict in society, and ultimately is useful for interrogating questions of responsibility, interests, and ideology.
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4972230
GII-IA6223L3
Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 223
林 香里
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福武ホール B2階・福武ラーニングスタジオ2
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英語
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2
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授業計画
1. April 8 Introduction to qualitative methods 2. April 15 (1) Chapter 1 3. April 22 (1) Chapter 2 4. April 29 No class 5. May 6 No class 6. May 13 (2) Chapter 1 7. May 20 (2) Chapter 6 8. May 27 Finding your own theme 9. June 3 (1) Chapter 3 10. June 10 Writing a proposal 11. June 17 (1) Chapter 4 12. June 24 (1) Chapter 5 13. July 1 Presentations 1 14. July 8 Presentations 2 15. July 15 Debriefing session
授業の方法
Students get reading assignments every week from the two textbooks below. In addition, students are asked to find an appropriate case study for discourse analysis and write up a research proposal. At the end of the course, students make presentations about their research proposal that uses discourse analysis. The course is conducted mainly in English. However, the ability to read and speak Japanese is highly desirable and the instructor uses Japanese whenever necessary to explicate the Japanese context. Please bring your own laptop.
成績評価方法
All students are expected to participate in discussions. At the end of the course all students are expected to present and submit a research proposal which employs discourse analysis. 40% attendance and active participation in discussions 30% presentation 30% proposal handouts
教科書
(1) Nelson Phillips an Cynthia Hardy, 2002, Discourse Analysis. Investigating Processes of Social Construction. Qualitative Research Methods Series 50. Sage University Paper. *** I strongly recommend buying this book. It is available as Amazon Kindle as well as paperback. (2) Ruth Wodak and Michael Meyer, 2015, Methods of Critical Discourse Studies. Introducing Qualitative Methods series. Third Edition. Sage.
参考書
I will give further instruction in the class.
履修上の注意
The course is conducted mainly in English. However, the ability to read and speak Japanese is highly desirable and the instructor uses Japanese whenever necessary to explicate the Japanese context. Please bring your own laptop.