by Ceren Ataş

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COURSE NAME

Theories of New Media

Lecturer

Assoc.Prof. Erkan Saka ([email protected])

Description

A course for students of PhD in Communication to familiarize them with contemporary theoretical issues in new media studies.

Topics and Reading List

 

Week 01

  Introduction

Week 02

Culture Digitally

Readings from Culture Digitally bundle.

Week 03

Global Digital Culture

Readings from Global Digital Culture bundle.

Week 04

Digital Citizenship and Surveillance Society

Selected readings from the Digital Citizenship and Surveillance Society bundle

Week 05   

Users across media

Selected Readings from Users across media bundle.

Week 06  

The Management of Visibilities in the Digital Age

Selected Readings from the The Management of Visibilities in the Digital Age bundle.

Week 07  

Algorithms

Selected Readings from the Algorithms bundle.

Week 08  

Connected Viewing- Social TV

Selected readings from Connected Viewing- Social TV bundle.

Week 09

Digital and social media research in Journalism- Data Journalism

Selected readings from theDigital and social media research in Journalism- Data Journalism bundle.

Week 10

Technologies of Relational Finance

Selected readings from theTechnologies of Relational Finance bundle.

Week 11   

Play, labour and the digital in everyday life

Selected readings from the Play, labour and the digital in everyday life bundle.

Week 12

Social media research

Selected readings from the Social media research bundle.

Week 13

Haptical media

Selected readings from the Haptical media bundle.

Week 14

Academic Labour, Digital Media and Capitalism

Selected readings from the Academic Labour, Digital Media and Capitalism bundle.

Assessment

4 response papers. 60%

Final Paper- 7K words. 40%

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