Global Media and Communications MACoventry University
£ 5.799 - (6.830 €)
- Scarborough (Inglaterra)
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The Global Media and Communications MA degree allows you to develop the necessary theoretical frameworks and conceptual tools to analyse and to critically evaluate the implications of the global or globalised media and communication environment that we live in.
PLEASE NOTE: when making your application please select Communication, Culture and Media MA and then state clearly your chosen routeway (specialism) within the personal statement (e.g. Global Media and Communications MA).
When you select Apply for this Course you will be taken via the application route page.WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE?
This course has been developed with your future employability as its focus. By choosing to study at Coventry you will benefit from:
- a course that is taught by a team of enthusiastic specialists in the field of global media and communication;
- staff who will provide an introduction to current theoretical perspectives and debates in a friendly and stimulating setting;
- an environment where you will be encouraged to make practical, critical and creative use of digital media (e.g. blogging, video, imaging etc.) as part of your assignments.
WHAT WILL I LEARN?
The course explores through current research and scholarship, the globalisation of the communication and media industries, media ownership and concentration, international agencies, the new communication order, and ethical/rights issues in global media.
By choosing specialist modules and undertaking a research project, you will investigate the role of the world’s dominant media organisations and the oppositional voices countering them.
There are opportunities to explore contested issues in depth through seminars, to participate in open forum discussions, and to explore particular interests leading to guided research and a substantial, supervised MA dissertation.
- Research in Communication, Culture and Media;
- Approaches to Communication, Culture and Media;
- Global Media and Communications.
Four Option Modules to be selected from:
- Information Societies;
- Media Audiences;
- Communication, Culture and Media Industries;
- Film Theory and Global Context;
- Identity and Cultural Difference;
- Journalism Themes and Issues;
- Public Relations and Information Management;
- Material Cultures;
- MA Research Project.