Strategic and organizational communication - Modultafeln of TU Ilmenau
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|subject properties Strategic and organizational communication in major Master Medien- und Kommunikationswissenschaft/Media and Communication Science 2013|
|department||Department of Economic Sciences and Media|
|ID of group||2552 (Media Studies Group)|
|subject leader||Prof. Dr. Martin Löffelholz|
|on-campus program (h)||22|
|exam||alternative examination performance|
|details of the certificate|
|maximum number of participants||30|
|previous knowledge and experience|
This course requires a basic knowledge in the field of communication and media studies and a basic understanding of the notion of culture.
Students gain knowledge and understanding of
The participants get an overview on problems, theories, and findings of intercultural communication research taking into account all levels of communication, e.g. personal perceptions as well as interpersonal and mediated communication. Besides reviewing relevant readings and discussing academic studies, students will develop their knowledge about other cultures based on observations (of self and others) during class and free time. This will serve as a basis for developing intercultural communication skills and finding solutions for successful communication in intercultural environments.
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|literature / references|
Selected course materials will be made available by lecturers. Basic literature recommendations:
Hallin, D. C., & Mancini, P. (2004). Comparing media systems: Three models of media and politics. Cambridge: University Press.
Hallin, D. C. & Mancini, P. (Eds.) (2012). Comparing media systems beyond the Western world: Communication, society and politics. Cambridge: University Press.
Hofstede, G. (2002). Culture's consequences: Comparing values, behaviours, institutions and organizations across nations. Thousand Oaks, London, New Delhi: Sage.
Kim, Y. Y. (2017). The International Encyclopedia of Intercultural Communication. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118783665
Samovar, L. A., Porter, R. E., & McDaniel, E. R. (2012). Intercultural communication: a reader (13th ed.). Boston, Mass. [i.a.]: Wadsworth, Cengage Learning.
Schwartz, S. H. (2006). A theory of cultural value orientations: Explications and applications. Comparative Sociology, 5(2-3), 137-182.
Shan, B., & Christians, C. G. (eds.). (2015). Intersections in communications and culture: Vol. 32. The ethics of intercultural communication. New York, Bern, Frankfurt, Berlin, Brussels, Vienna, Oxford, Warsaw: Peter Lang.
Welsch, W. (2002). Rethinking identity in the age of globalization – a transcultural perspective. Aesthetics & Art Science, 1, 85-94.
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