13 August 2011
New Media landscapes, New Technologies, New Roles - Public and Private in the Network
The course aims to introduce and discuss some of the ways in which new technologies and practices are transforming the spheres and processes of both media institutions and citizens. Established notions of institutional professionalism, e.g. journalism (and its correlations with a national arena), work and leisure, entertainment and consumption are increasingly being called into question in a more and more heterogeneous, interactive and trans-national media landscape. A consistent focus will be on how established media institutions and processes are both forming and being formed by emergent practices. Discussions will evolve around the key concepts of media systems, public spheres, globalization, citizenship, social media and community. Course offered by Department of Media studies, AU.
Per Jauert and Henrik Bødker
The course is only available on MA-level.
To be admitted you must be enrolled at a university. Applicants must hold a bachelor's degree in media, communication or journalism studies, hold at least 180 ECTS in media, communication or Journalism studies at BA-level or be enrolled in a Master's program in media, communication or journalism studies.
The course aims to introduce and discuss some of the ways in which new technologies and practices are transforming the spheres and processes of both media institutions and citizens, comparing some of the regional media systems (Europe, USA and Canada), and also by including a global perspective.
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