|Course Code||Course Name||Semester||Theory||Practice||Lab||Credit||ECTS|
|Language of Instruction||Turkish|
|Course Level||Bachelor Degree|
|Course Instructor(s)||Dilruba ÇATALBAŞ email@example.com (Email)|
|Objective||The aim of this course is to critically examine the theoretical perspectives, concepts and approaches in the field of international communication that have emerged since the early 20th century within the political and socio-cultural context of their era and in reference to the important studies of the major authors.|
|Content||See Subject headings|
|Course Learning Outcomes||
At the end of this course students are expected to;
- understand the intricate relationship between the theories of international relations and the theories of international communication;
- recognize the role of propanda studies in the development of international communication as an academic area of inquiry;
- discuss the impact and consequences of theoretical perspectives including modernization, development, dependency and imperialism on international media and communications;
- explain the role UNESCO and other international bodies in the development of policies and instruments that concern international communication;
- recognize the contribution of current debates on orientalism and postcolonialism into international communication;
- understand the paradigms and criteria used to define comparative media systems.
|Teaching and Learning Methods||Participating Conference|
Ole R. Holsti (no date), Theories of International Relations, http://people.duke.edu/~pfeaver/holsti.pdf
Scott Burchill, Andrew Linklater, Richard Devetak, Jack Donnelly, Matthew Paterson, Christian Reus-Smit and Jacqui True (2005) Theories of International Relations, Third edition, http://lib.jnu.ac.in/sites/default/files/RefrenceFile/Theories-of-IR.pdf
Emel Akça (2004) “1990 Sonrası Türk-Amerikan İlişkileri ve İki Ülke Basınında Temsili: Karşılaştırmalı Söylem Çözümlemesi (Afganistan ve Irak Müdahaleleri), yayımlanmamış doktora tezi, Ege Üniversitesi.
Benedict Anderson (1983) Imagined Communities, https://www2.bc.edu/marian-simion/th406/readings/0420anderson.pdf
Armand Mattelart İletişimin Dünyasallaşması, İletişim yayınları, 2001.
İrfan Erdoğan (1995) Uluslararası İletişim, Kaynak yay.
William B. Gudykunst, Molefi Kete Asante , Eileen Newmark (2000) Handbook of international and intercultural communication, Sage Publications.
Hamid Mowlana (1997) Global information and world communication : new frontiers in international relations, London : SAGE Publications, 2nd ed.
İrfan Erdoğan (1994) Uluslararası iletişim : dünyanın çarpık düzeni, https://www.researchgate.net/publication/235915757_Uluslararasi_Iletisim_Dunyanin_carpik_duzeni
Armand Mattelart (1996) La mondialisation de la communication, Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.
Robert W. McChesney, Ellen Meiksins Wood, and John Bellamy Foster (1998) Capitalism and the information age: the political economy of the global communication revolution, New York, NY : Monthly Review Press.
Sean MacBride...[ve öte.] Bir çok ses tek bir dünya: iletişim ve toplum - bugün ve yarın /; çev. Ertuğrul Özkök...[ve öte.] Ankara : Unesco Türkiye Milli Komisyonu, 1993.
Harold Lasswell (1927) Propaganda Techniques in World War I. London: M.I.T. Press, https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015000379902;view=1up;seq=269
Hallin, D. C., & Mancini, P. (2004). Comparing media systems: Three models of media and politics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Hallin, D. C., & Mancini, P. (Eds.) (2012). Comparing media systems beyond the western world. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
|2||Theories of international relations|
|3||Propaganda Studies:1st World War|
|4||Propaganda Studies: 2nd World War|
|9||Imperialism and cultural imperialism|
|10||New World Infıormation and Communication Order (NWICO) and UNESCO|
|11||Comparative International Media Systems|
|12||Globalisation and global media|
|13||Orientalism and postcolonialism|
|14||New media and informational kapitalism|
Contribution to Overall Grade
|Midterm Examinations (including preparation)||1||40|
|Term Paper/ Project||0||0|
|No||Program Learning Outcomes||Contribution|
|1||Will have effective written and oral communication skills in Turkish||X|
|2||Will have a thorough knowledge of at least two foreign languages||X|
|3||Will be informed about art and culture, human rights, social, professional and ethical values, law and legislation, quality standards, and will be aware of their responsibility on these subjects||X|
|4||Will have sufficient knowledge about social sciences, professions and sectors in communication and media, innovative and entrepreneurial practices||X|
|5||Will have the ability to use, in an effective and creative way, the techniques and tools and information technologies necessary for interactive and conventional media, in the context of health and safety in the workplace||X|
|6||Will have the ability to develop documentary and fictional content related to their field for interactive and conventional media; also the ability to produce and manage this content in group||X|
|7||Will have the theoretical knowledge and ability to carry out and share scientific work on communication environments and processes of interactive and conventional media and on the individual and social outcomes of the latter||X|
|8||Will have the knowledge of analysis and modelling techniques to analyse interactive and conventional media and the communication environments and processes||X|
|9||Will have the ability to question and critically analyse developments and problems concerning interactive and conventional media and the communication environments and processes, will be aware of the public interest, social responsibility and the environment, will be sensitive to contemporary world’s and Turkey's current problems; will develop a libertarian, democratic, constructive and problem-solving approach||X|
|10||They are familiar with the historical development processes of electronic, digital media and film; and the current developments in these fields|
|11||They learn sociological, cultural and aesthetic approaches in electronic, digital media and film|
|12||They learn the political economy of cultural industries, labour and production relations, analysis of marketing and consumption patterns.|
|13||They learn at a first level how to use the equipment necessary for the production of audio-visual content for TV, radio and digital media and of films in different genres|
|14||They gain experience in conducting creative activities in electronic, digital media and film; in producing and working in groups|
|15||They acquire theoretical information in the fields of public relations, advertising, integrated marketing communication and organizational communication|
|16||They are familiar with the research, planning, implementation and evaluation processes in public relations and advertising; they can create campaigns, present them effectively and write reports|
|17||They have knowledge of organisational communication, crisis and risk communication, reputation management, media relations, media planning, digital media management, brand management and interpersonal communication. They are able to carry out activities in these areas|
|18||They use public relations and advertising strategies and tactics appropriate to the specificities of conventional and new media|
|19||They are aware of legal regulations, ethical codes in public relations and advertising, and they remain faithful to them|
|20||They are familiar with the different theoretical approaches regarding the social place, role and functions of journalism as a social institution and phenomenon; they are familiar with the process of producing information for conventional and digital media|
|21||They are familiar with the structural and technical specificities, management characteristics of conventional/mainstream media, as well as alternative media structures||X|
|22||They are familiar with the new conceptual and theoretical discussions emerging from interactive/digital media in terms of social sciences and humanities||X|
|23||They are familiar with the historical development of journalism in Turkey and in the world; they can analyse it in the context of social and political history||X|
|24||They have the ability to effectively use information technology, printing and publishing techniques; to write a press article using data collected on the web and on social media, to visualize this data and to publish it||X|
|Working Hours out of Class||14||2||28|
|Midterm Examinations (including preparation)||1||10||10|
|Final Examinations (including preparation)||1||10||10|
|Term Paper/ Project||0||0||0|
|Total Workload / 25||3,04|