David Hesmondhalgh: The Cultural Industries, 2018, University of Leeds, UK
David Byrne: How Music Works, 2013, Canongate: Edinburgh, London
Main teaching and learning methods include presentation (explanation, telling, giving examples, demonstration); review of audio-video material and other information sources (analysis); active listening; using students’ personal experience; collecting data; project development; group work, group discussions; practical assignments, creative assignments (brainstorming, mind mapping), providing feedback.
The main forms of contact work include online classes and seminars, independent work.
Attendance (both at lectures and seminars not less than 80 percent): 50 %
During the course presence in lectures and seminars is evaluated. If attendance is not less than 80 percent in both lectures and seminars – student will receive 50 percent of final evaluation. If attendance is smaller evaluation is performed accordingly: for 70 percent attendance – 40 percent evaluation, for 60 – 30 percent, for 50 percent – 20, for 40 percent – 10 and if less than 40 percent – 0.
Individual assignments 50 %
In total there will be 6 individual assignments, which are evaluated 8 percent each. 2 percent will be added for the most active students. The structure, scope and argumentation are the criteria for individual assignment evaluation.
28.09.2022 - 14.12.2022
29.08.2022 - 05.10.2022
6 - 30
Degree Programme in Culture and Arts, Music, Degree Programme in Culture and Arts, Music
TAMK Main Campus
1. Introduction to the course, requirements and evaluation strategy. Importance of International Relations and relevance to Creative Communication
2. Sociology of culture
3. Creativity and commerce in music
4. Collaboration and partnerships in Creative Industries
5. Intercultural Competency and Creative Leadership of a multicultural team
6. Communication target groups and barriers
7. Creative autonomy and cultural production of film
8. New media and its effects for communication
9. Visual presentation of creative ideas