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Examinarium-tenttien perumisen takia PVK-V206 Globaali media ja journalismi -jakson voi suorittaa 31.5. asti kotoa sähköpostitenttinä. Ota yhteyttä opettajaan tarkempien ohjeiden saamiseksi.

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12.12.2019 at 09:00 - 31.5.2020 at 15:00

Timetable

Enrol for the exam in WebOodi. Then book your exam time and place in Examinarium.

Description

The course is part of intermediate studies in the Bachelor's Programme in Politics, Media and Communication. The online exam is open to students of other study programmes.

Basic and compulsory intermediate studies in politics, media and communication

After completing the course, the student is familiar with key theoretical and methodoogical approaches to the study of global media and journalism. The student is able to critically assess the role and influence of media and journalism in international politics and conflicts.

Second period of the third year of studies

The course examines the role of media and journalism in international politics and conflicts. The course introduces key concepts, phenomena and study of global media and journalism, including the media's discursive and ideological power, the transnational public sphere, information warfare and the mediatization of international crises.

Pick three books from the following list for the online exam:

- Boyd-Barrett, O. (2015) Media Imperialism. Sage.

- Berglez, P. (2013) Global Journalism: Theory and Practice. Peter Lang.

- Eder, J. & C. Klonk (2017) Image Operations: Visual Media and Political Conflict. Oxford UP.

- Freedman, D. & D. Thussu (toim.) (2012) Media and Terrorism: Global Perspectives. Sage.

- Pantti, M. (ed.) (2016) Media and the Ukraine Crisis. New York: Peter Lang.

- Robinson, P., Seib, P. & R. Frohlich (toim.) (2017) Routledge Handbook of Media, Conflict andSecurity. Routledge.

Pick three books from the following list for the examination:

- Boyd-Barrett, O. (2015) Media Imperialism. Sage.

- Berglez, P. (2013) Global Journalism: Theory and Practice. Peter Lang.

- Eder, J. & C. Klonk (2017) Image Operations: Visual Media and Political Conflict. Oxford UP.

- Freedman, D. & D. Thussu (toim.) (2012) Media and Terrorism: Global Perspectives. Sage.

- Pantti, M. (ed.) (2016) Media and the Ukraine Crisis. New York: Peter Lang.

- Robinson, P., Seib, P. & R. Frohlich (toim.) (2017) Routledge Handbook of Media, Conflict andSecurity. Routledge.

Grading 0-5.

The Faculty's Examinarium exams are replaced from 16 March with alternative arrangements until 31 May 2020 until further notice. Register for Examinarium in WebOodi and contact the teacher / check the course page for further instructions. (NOTE: do not register in Examinarium or reserve the room for the exam.)

Lectures, required literature, group assignments, final essay. The completion methods will be specified in the teaching programme.