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ECTS course syllabi Institute of English Studies


Module 17a
Specialization 3


ECTS code
1.2.5-D1-M17a/ 1.2.5-W1-M17a

Hours

60/30

ECTS points

6

Final requirement

Credit/grade

Year

II

Semester

3.

Form

Elective

Language

English

Prerequisites

none

Provider

University of Opole / Faculty of Philology / Institute of English Studies

Studies

Subject

Degree

Organization

Profile

Major/Specialty

English Philology

BA

Full time

Part time

Academic

English and Cultural Studies




Courses in the module

Course name

ECTS code

Form

Hours

ECTS points

Instructor

Media Studies

1.2.5-D1-KMZ

1.2.5-W1-KMZ

class

30
15

3

dr Katarzyna Molek-Kozakowska

Film Studies

1.2.5-D1-KFZ

1.2.5-W1-KFZ

class

30
15

3

dr Stankomir Nicieja

Forms of evaluation of effects (see below for types of effects)

Participation in in-class discussions about the topics listed in the syllabus and on the reading list, analysis and interpretation of media/film materials (3,4)

Test (1,2)



Methods of instruction/ forms of classroom activity
In-class activities:

Multimedia presentations or lectures

Practice: media/film/text analysis and discussion

Written or oral reports on assigned reading

ECTS points in relation to student’s duties
1 ECTS: 30h – in-class activities (Media Studies),

1 ECTS: 15h consultations,15 h – learning for the test in Media Studies)

1 ECTS: 30h – assigned reading in Media Studies (A2)

1 ECTS: 30h – in-class activities (Film Studies),

1 ECTS: 15h consultations,15 h – learning for the test in Film Studies

1 ECTS: 30h – assigned reading in Film Studies (A2)


Course description

Courses in this module are devoted to specific issues and detailed research in Media Studies and Film Studies in the context of previous courses on theory and methodology of Cultural Studies and Communication Studies.

Course objectives
Courses in this module are aimed at systematizing and detailing students knowledge of the theoretical framework, and methodological preferences and analytic preoccupations of Media and Film Studies. The courses are intended as an elaboration and diversification of students’ analytic skills and specific competencies. They are to develop individual interests and independent studies of selected areas of mediation and visual culture.


Course content

  1. Media culture and journalism

  2. Researching media production

  3. Researching media reception

  4. Researching media texts

  5. Media effects

  6. Media discourses, multimodality, manipulation




  1. Theory and categories of Film Studies

  2. Technology and economics of film production

  3. Literary and aestetic standards in film production

  4. Trends in European and American film industry

  5. Film genres

  6. Film narration




Reading list

A. obligatory reading (to get a credit):

A.1. used in class

Stokes, Jane. 2003. How to Do Cultural and Media Studies. London/Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.

Bell, Allan and Peter Garrett, eds. 1998. Approaches to media discourse. Oxford: Blackwell.

Bordwell, David and Kristin Thompson. 2008. Film Art: An Introduction. 8th edition. New York: McGraw Hill.

Monaco, James. 2000. How to Read a Film: Movies, Media, Multimedia. Oxford: OUP.
A.2. used for self-study

Pratkanis, Anthony and Elliot Aronson. 2003. The Age of Propaganda. Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN.

Miller, Toby and Robert Stam. 2004. A Companion to Film Theory. Oxford: Blackwell.

Pramaggiore, Maria and Tom Wallis. 2008. Film: A Critical Introduction. Boston: Pearson.

Boggs, Joseph M. and Dennis W. Petrie. 2008. The Art of Watching Films. 7th edition. New York: McGraw-Hill.
B. supplementary reading

Goban-Klas, Tomasz. 2006. Media i komunikowanie masowe: Teorie i analizy prasy, radia, telewizji i Internetu. Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN.

Dobek-Ostrowska, Bogusława, ed. 2001. Nauka o komunikowaniu: Podstawowe orientacje teoretyczne. Wrocław: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego.

Dobek-Ostrowska, Bogusława. 2007. Komunikowanie polityczne i publiczne. Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN.

Storey, John. 2001[1994]. Cultural theory and popular culture: An introduction. 3rd ed. Harlow: Prentice Hall.

Ben-Shaul, Nitzan. 2007. Film: Key Concepts. Oxford: Berg.





Effects



Knowledge

Students:

1.know how to use specific concepts and terminology of cultural, media and film theory and know the current state of research in the respective disciplines (K_W05)

2. know of specific media and film institutions in the Anglo-American and European context, their technological advancements, economic bases and cultural significance (K_W18)

Skills

3.Students can discriminate among various cultural forms and practices, describe them exhaustively and analyse them critically. They can use a variety of methods for researching cultural texts, including examining meanings, influences and roles of the studied texts in terms of cultural tradition and heritage (K_U06)

Social competences

4. Students take part in various forms of visual culture and use various media (K_K14)



Contact

dr K. Molek-Kozakowska molekk@uni.opole.pl

dr S. Nicieja stann@uni.opole.pl


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