Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Area of Study
Broadcasting, Communication, Public Relations, Radio/Television/Film
Taught In English
Course Level Recommendations
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Recommended U.S. Semester Credits3
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units4
Hours & Credits
OverviewCOMPETENCES AND SKILLS THAT WILL BE ACQUIRED AND LEARNING RESULTS.1. Ability to understand and assimilate television from an academic perspective.2. Knowledge of the main theories and methodologies in the study of television.3. Ability to apply various theories and methodologies to the production of television programs.4. Understanding the social function exercised by television and its importance for the understanding ofcontemporary cultural change.5. Ability to accomplish a medium-sized research in the field of Television Studies.DESCRIPTION OF CONTENTS: PROGRAMMEI. Television, Culture and Society.II. Introduction to Television Studies.III. Technology and the History of Television.IV. Television and History.V. Five or Six Things to Know About TV in Spain.VI. Television Institutions and Authorship.VII. Television Audiences: Consumption and Fandom.VIII. Television, National Identity and Globalization.ASSESSMENT SYSTEM- Exam: 6 points. In order to pass this course, it is required to get at least 3 points (50% of the maximum grade) inthe exam. The readings available in the Aula Global platform are required for the exam.- Practical work: 4 points.
Please note that there are no beginning level Spanish courses offered in this program.
Courses and course hours of instruction are subject to change.
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