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  • Module Specification

    No. Assessment Description Weight % Qual Mark Exam Hours Ass't Group Alt Reass't

    001 MS7500 Key Issues and Approaches in Media Study 100

    Period: April Occurence: D Coordinator: Mark Scheme: PGT Mark Scheme

    No. Assessment Description Weight % Qual Mark Exam Hours Ass't Group Alt Reass't

    001 MS7500 Key Issues and Approaches in Media Study 100

    Period: October Occurence: D Coordinator: Mark Scheme: PGT Mark Scheme

    Academic Year: 2019/0 Module Level: Postgraduate Scheme: PG Department: Media and Communication Credits: 10

    Intended Learning Outcomes Students will be introduced to a variety of influential, competing ways of thinking about the media within the broad discipline of social science, but drawing also on other disciplines. On completing the module, students will be able to identify and critically evaluate the major different theoretical approaches to the media and will understand how these approaches relate to broader theories of society.

    Teaching and Learning Methods Module unit exercises. Independent research, written module guides and tutor input including feedback on assignments

    Assessment Methods Written assignment 2,000 - 3,000 words

    Pre-Requisites -

    Co-Requisites -

    Excluded Combinations -

    Guided Independent Study: Indicative Activities -

    Lectures 0 Seminars 0

    Practical Classes & Workshops 0 Tutorials 0

    Fieldwork 0 Project Supervision 0

    Guided Independent Study 0 Demonstration 0

    Supervised time in studio/workshop 0 Work Based Learning 0

    Placement 0 Year Abroad 0

    Total Module Hours 0

    Student Workload (hours)

    MS7500 Key Issues & Approaches in Media Study

    Last Published: 26 December 2019

  • Module Specification

    No. Assessment Description Weight % Qual Mark Exam Hours Ass't Group Alt Reass't

    001 MS7501 Media History and Social Regulation 100

    Period: December Occurence: D Coordinator: Mark Scheme: PGT Mark Scheme

    Academic Year: 2019/0 Module Level: Postgraduate Scheme: PG Department: Media and Communication Credits: 10

    Intended Learning Outcomes Students will acquire an understanding of key features and developments in media history, focusing on the (mainly 19th and 20th century) histories of print and audio-visual media in a selection of the advanced industrial countries. Students will also have an understanding of the variety of ways in which media operations are constrained, through constitutions, laws, regulations, and ‘watchdog’ bodies and you will be familiar with a variety of ways in which the media interact with the political process.

    Teaching and Learning Methods Module unit exercises. Independent research, written module guides and tutor input including feedback on assignments

    Assessment Methods Written assignment 2,000 - 3,000 words

    Pre-Requisites -

    Co-Requisites -

    Excluded Combinations -

    Guided Independent Study: Indicative Activities -

    Lectures 0 Seminars 0

    Practical Classes & Workshops 0 Tutorials 0

    Fieldwork 0 Project Supervision 0

    Guided Independent Study 0 Demonstration 0

    Supervised time in studio/workshop 0 Work Based Learning 0

    Placement 0 Year Abroad 0

    Total Module Hours 0

    Student Workload (hours)

    MS7501 Media History & Social Regulation

    Last Published: 26 December 2019

  • Module Specification

    No. Assessment Description Weight % Qual Mark Exam Hours Ass't Group Alt Reass't

    001 MS7502 Media in Global Context 100

    Period: August Occurence: D Coordinator: Mark Scheme: PGT Mark Scheme

    No. Assessment Description Weight % Qual Mark Exam Hours Ass't Group Alt Reass't

    001 MS7502 Media in Global Context 100

    Period: February Occurence: D Coordinator: Mark Scheme: PGT Mark Scheme

    Academic Year: 2019/0 Module Level: Postgraduate Scheme: PG Department: Media and Communication Credits: 10

    Intended Learning Outcomes Students completing this module will be able to identify and critically evaluate a framework for the comparative analysis of media systems; you will be familiar with and understand the limitations of available international statistics of UNESCO and other international organisations; have an understanding of different historical models of media development and be able to assess how well or how poorly these map on to the contemporary geo-political divisions of the world; know and be able to discuss significant global trends in media technologies, economics, and markets, and be able to relate these both generally, to the major geo-political regions of the world.

    Teaching and Learning Methods Module unit exercises. Independent research, written module guides and tutor input including feedback on assignments

    Assessment Methods Written assignment 2,000 - 3,000 words

    Pre-Requisites -

    Co-Requisites -

    Excluded Combinations -

    Guided Independent Study: Indicative Activities -

    Lectures 0 Seminars 0

    Practical Classes & Workshops 0 Tutorials 0

    Fieldwork 0 Project Supervision 0

    Guided Independent Study 0 Demonstration 0

    Supervised time in studio/workshop 0 Work Based Learning 0

    Placement 0 Year Abroad 0

    Total Module Hours 0

    Student Workload (hours)

    MS7502 Media in Global Context

    Last Published: 26 December 2019

  • Module Specification

    No. Assessment Description Weight % Qual Mark Exam Hours Ass't Group Alt Reass't

    001 MS7503 Communications and Globalisation 100

    Period: April Occurence: D Coordinator: Mark Scheme: PGT Mark Scheme

    No. Assessment Description Weight % Qual Mark Exam Hours Ass't Group Alt Reass't

    001 MS7503 Communications and Globalisation 100

    Period: October Occurence: D Coordinator: Mark Scheme: PGT Mark Scheme

    Academic Year: 2019/0 Module Level: Postgraduate Scheme: PG Department: Media and Communication Credits: 10

    Intended Learning Outcomes Students completing this module, you will have a critical understanding of different approaches to the study of media in relation to processes of political, economic or social development and will be able to relate these approaches to issues touching on nationhood, nationalism and national identity; imperialism, dependency, and globalization. Students will also be familiar with and be able to critically evaluate examples of 'alternative' uses of media

    Teaching and Learning Methods Module unit exercises. Independent research, written module guides and tutor input including feedback on assignments

    Assessment Methods Written assignment 2,000 - 3,000 words

    Pre-Requisites -

    Co-Requisites -

    Excluded Combinations -

    Guided Independent Study: Indicative Activities -

    Lectures 0 Seminars 0

    Practical Classes & Workshops 0 Tutorials 0

    Fieldwork 0 Project Supervision 0

    Guided Independent Study 0 Demonstration 0

    Supervised time in studio/workshop 0 Work Based Learning 0

    Placement 0 Year Abroad 0

    Total Module Hours 0

    Student Workload (hours)

    MS7503 Communications & Globalization

    Last Published: 26 December 2019

  • Module Specification

    No. Assessment Description Weight % Qual Mark Exam Hours Ass't Group Alt Reass't

    001 MS7505 Media Industries: Convergence, Divergence 100 3

    Period: August Occurence: D Coordinator: Mark Scheme: PGT Mark Scheme

    No. Assessment Description Weight % Qual Mark Exam Hours Ass't Group Alt Reass't

    001 MS7505 Media Industries: Convergence, Divergence 100 3

    Period: February Occurence: D Coordinator: Mark Scheme: PGT Mark Scheme

    Academic Year: 2019/0 Module Level: Postgraduate Scheme: PG Department: Media and Communication Credits: 10

    Lectures 0 Seminars 0

    Practical Classes & Workshops 0 Tutorials 0

    Fieldwork 0 Project Supervision 0

    Guided Independent Study 0 Demonstration 0

    Supervised time in studio/workshop 0 Work Based Learning 0

    Placement 0 Year Abroad 0

    Total Module Hours 0

    Student Workload (hours)

    MS7505 Media Industries: Convergence, Divergence

    Last Published: 26 December 2019

  • Module Specification

    No. Assessment Description Weight % Qual Mark Exam Hours Ass't Group Alt Reass't

    001 MS7506 Professional Practices 100

    Period: April Occurence: D Coordinator: Mark Scheme: PGT Mark Scheme

    No. Assessment Description Weight % Qual Mark Exam Hours Ass't Group Alt Reass't

    001 MS7506 Professional Practices 100

    Period: October Occurence: D Coordinator: Mark Scheme: PGT Mark Scheme

    Academic Year: 2019/0 Module Level: Postgraduate Scheme: PG Department: Media and Communication Credits: 10

    Intended Learning Outcomes Following the study of this module students will be familiar with a variety of viewpoints of professional practice, including management, training and ethical issues and have an understanding of the different approaches that have been taken in the study of media professionals. Students will be familiar with the routine practices (and the social, cultural, political and economic constraints on those practices) in different national and cultural contexts.

    Teaching and Learning Methods Module unit exercises. Independent research, written module guides and tutor input including feedback on assignments

    Assessment Methods Written assignment 2,000 - 3,000 words

    Pre-Requisites -

    Co-Requisites -

    Exclu

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