Philosophy of Communication
Code: 64817
ECTS: 5.0
Lecturers in charge: doc. dr. sc. Tomislav Janović
Take exam: Studomat
English level:

1,1,0

In agreement with the students enrolled in the course, the lecturer will provide as many teaching elements in English as possible, or in both English and Croatian for mixed groups (i.e., bilingual teaching materials and bilingual exams). Level 2 also includes additional individual consultations with foreign students (as in Level 1) for the teaching elements which will be held in Croatian.
Load:

1. komponenta

Lecture typeTotal
Lectures 15
Seminar 15
* Load is given in academic hour (1 academic hour = 45 minutes)
Description:
Systematically expose various manifestations and forms of communication. Point out the common elements of all forms of communication. Present two main theoretical models of the communication process and highlight their advantages and disadvantages. Succinctly present evolutionary conditions of origin and development of human communication. Highlight the most important social, technological and ethical aspects of communication and information revolution and the emergence of the networked society.
Literature:
  1. Blackmore, Susan; Stroj za mem (poglavlja 1-4; 6-8; 14, 16); Algoritam (2005)
  2. Duck, Steve; David T. McMahan; The Basics of Communication: A Relational Perspective, 2. izdanje, (str. 6-20); Thousand OaksLondon: Sage (2012)
  3. Eco, Umberto; Kultura, informacija, komunikacija, (prvo poglavlje ( Svijet signala ); drugo poglavlje ( Svijet smisla ): I.5-I.8; IV.1-IV.5); Beograd: Nolit (1973)
  4. Floridi, Luciano; Information: A Very Short Introduction, (str. 1-31.; 103-121.); OxfordNew York: Oxford University Press (2010)
  5. Hall, Stuart; The Work of Representation, u: S. Hall, J. Evans, S. Nixon (ur.) Representation: Cultural Representations and Signifying Practices, 2. izdanje, (str. 1-26.); Thousand OaksLondon: Sage (2013)
  6. Johansen, Jorgen Dines; Larsen, Svend Erik:. Uvod u semiotiku, Zagreb: Signum, 2000. (str. 7-79);
  7. Sperber, Dan: How do we communicate? , u: J. Brockman +amp; K. Matson (ur.) How Things Are: A Science Toolkit for the Mind, New York: Morrow, 1995: 191-199.( http://www.dan.sperber.fr/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/How-do-we-comunicate.pdf );
  8. Steinfatt, Thomas M.: Definitions of Communication , u: S. W. Littlejohn, K. A. Foss (ur.) Encyclopedia of Communication Theory, Thousand OaksLondon: Sage, 2009, str. 295-299.;
  9. van Dijk, Jan: The Network Society, 3. izdanje, Thousand OaksLondon: Sage, 2013. (str. 1-21);
  10. Watzlawick, Paul: Koliko je stvarno stvarno? Pometnja, dezinformacija, komunikacija: Jedan anegdotski uvod u teoriju komunikacije, Beograd: Nolit, 1987. (poglavlja 1, 3, 15, 16, 17);
1. semester
KOM-dipl (4397): Izborni kolegiji - Mandatory studij - Communication Sciences

2. semester Not active
KOM-dipl (4397): Izborni kolegiji - Mandatory studij - Communication Sciences

3. semester
KOM-dipl (4397): Izborni kolegiji - Mandatory studij - Communication Sciences
FIL-dipl (4389): Izborni izvan struke i/ili Izborni u struci (ZN-smjer) - Mandatory smjer - Science Stream

4. semester Not active
FIL-dipl (4389): Izborni izvan struke i/ili Izborni u struci (ZN-smjer) - Mandatory smjer - Science Stream
Consultations schedule:
  • doc. dr. sc. Tomislav Janović :

    students of Philosophy: Monday 10 AM - 11 AM  (room 117)

    students of Communication Studies: Tuesday 11 AM - 12 PM  (room 117)

     

     

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