Information in social communication
|Kod przedmiotu:||WZ.ZI-035||Kod Erasmus / ISCED:||(brak danych) / (0322) Bibliotekoznawstwo, informacja naukowa i archiwistyka|
|Nazwa przedmiotu:||Information in social communication|
|Jednostka:||Instytut Studiów Informacyjnych|
Przedmioty dla programu WZKS-0134-1SO
Zarządzanie Informacją, I stopnia, stacjonarne, II rok (sem. letni, FK)
|Punkty ECTS i inne:||
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Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr letni 2020/2021" (w trakcie)
|Okres:||2021-02-25 - 2021-06-15||
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Ćwiczenia, 30 godzin, 30 miejsc więcej informacji
|Prowadzący grup:||Paloma Korycińska|
|Lista studentów:||(nie masz dostępu)|
|Zaliczenie:||Przedmiot - Egzamin|
• The student is conscious of the multidisciplinary genesis of communication studies and perceives its intimate links with other fields of humanities and social sciences, including information science, linguistics, psychology, psychoanalysis, ethnology, cultural studies and neurosciences.
• The student is able to problematize real situations from social life so as to identify specific patterns of information behaviour and comprehend / interpret their meaning applying terminology, tools and methods of information science and communication studies.
• The student is prepared to analyse and adjust his own information and communication practices in order to efficiently adapt to diverse contexts and environments of social / professional life.
• The student distinctly identifies main discrepancies between communication behaviour schemes correlated with different domains of social life (family, affective relationships, virtually mediated environments, professional context etc.).
• The student gains a deepened theoretical insight into a notion of mediation / facilitation in the field of social communication.
• The student conceives and simulates a hypothetic plan of coping with a given situation of communication conflict or tension, likely to occur in various social contexts.
• The student is able to adopt a de-centred, external view of his own communicating self and consequently both predict the effects of and command his verbal / non-verbal behaviours.
• The students agrees that a basic knowledge of social communication theory is a must for any young intellectual willing to lead a lucid, reasonably controlled social life.
• The student understands the knowledge in the domain of social communication and media is far from being an intuitive one.
|Forma i warunki zaliczenia:||
Final grade obtained by students is equal to the outcome of the exam.
The exam is considered as being successfully passed when the candidate has acquired at least 60% out of 100% obtainable points, which corresponds to the minimum passing grade.
The grading scheme, based on a 2 to 5 scale, is as follows:
0-59 points – unsatisfactory (2,0)
60-70 points – satisfactory (3,0)
70-80 points – quite good (3,5)
80-90 points – good (4,0)
90-95 points – very good (4,5)
96-100 points – excellent (5,0)
|Metody sprawdzania i kryteria oceny efektów kształcenia uzyskanych przez studentów:||
Aspects taken into account in final evaluation of acquired knowledge and skills: 1) current oral appreciation of active attendance to lecture (willingness to participate to the collective forms of work, quality of the contribution to submitted cases’ analysis), 2) final exam covering the scope of subject matters worked on during the cycle of lectures as well as the content of designed readings (cf. “Bibliography”)
• Unilateral explanatory methods:
o explicative topical analysis
• Collaborative methods:
o discussion on real cases
o exercises based on simulation
o elements of drama
|Bilans punktów ECTS:||
Lecture with elements of free discussion and simulation exercises: 30 hours
TOTAL: 30 hours
Attendance to lectures: 30 hours
Acquisition of specific English terminology pertaining to the main topic of each lecture: 20 hours
Reading of recommended text and preparing for collective discussion / simulations: 40 hours
Exam preparation and undergoing: 40 hours
Total amount of work needed for completing the course is 130 hours, which corresponds to 5 ECTS.
• Paul Watzlawick’s interactive / systemic approach to family communication patterns
• Narcissistic perversion in a couple (affective relationships)
• Significance and social motivation of ritual form of communication
• Maieutics as the art of verbal delivering of someone’s information need
• Digital media environment and its inherent threats for the identity of communicating self
• Methods and techniques of studying gender marks in communication behaviour
NB: for accredited users of the Jagiellonian Library, all the below listed publications are freely available via Ebrary Academic Complete database or, in sufficiently long fragments, via Google Books
Spink, Amanda (2012). Information Behavior: An Evolutionary Instinct. Dordrecht: Springer
Hill, Anne; Rivers, Danny; Watson, James (2008). Key Themes in Interpersonal Communication: Culture, Identities and Performance. Berkshire: Open University Press
Bersani, Leo; Phillips, Adam (2008). Intimacies. Chicago:
University of Chicago Press
Vaknin, Samuel (2001). Malignant Self Love: Narcissism Revisited. Athens: Narcissus Publishing
Kinney, Terry A.; Pörhölä Maili (2009). Anti and Pro-Social Communication: Theories, Methods, and Applications. Oxford: Peter Lang
Właścicielem praw autorskich jest Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie.