Television Genres in Popular Culture
Code: 46290
ECTS: 4.0
Lecturers in charge: doc. dr. sc. Jelena Jurišić
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English level:

1,0,0

All teaching activities will be held in Croatian. However, foreign students in mixed groups will have the opportunity to attend additional office hours with the lecturer and teaching assistants in English to help master the course materials. Additionally, the lecturer will refer foreign students to the corresponding literature in English, as well as give them the possibility of taking the associated exams in English.
Load:

1. komponenta

Lecture typeTotal
Lectures 15
Seminar 15
* Load is given in academic hour (1 academic hour = 45 minutes)
Description:
Course description
The main objective of the course is to use the analysis of the television genres that are present on the Croatian television programmes in order to determine what actually makes a television genre, which are its limits and possibilities for further development, how hybrid genres come to be, whether there really are male and female genres in the traditional sense ... Using the cultural studies approach, small groups of students will observe each television genre in the context of those who produce it and those who consume it, focusing on one particular issue topic.

e-learning level 1
english level 1

Competency
Apply knowledge of the basic concepts of communicology and journalism related to television genres and popular culture. Apply the knowledge of the basic concepts of cultural studies. Reproduce, apply and explain the basic theory of communicology and journalism related television genres and popular culture. Define, explain, distinguish and critically analyze the characteristics of the media and their effects.

Learning Outcomes
1. Define television genres as a product of culture.
2. Distinguish television genres.
3. Distinguish between genres in relation to the audience that consumes them.
4. Analyze television genres in terms of cultural value.
5. Classify, critically analyze and evaluate media content.


Week plan
1. Television genres
2. Popular culture
3. Audience and genres
4. Experts and genres
5. Media genre production
6. Reality programmes
7. Drama programmes
8. Traditional principles of genre analysis
9. Genre economy
10. Genre hybridization
11. Genre mutation
12. Documentary programmes
13. Philosophy, sociology and television genres
14. Television as (always) a new medium
15. Television genres in the Croatian production


Grading
50% seminar paper, 50% exam
Literature:
1. semester
KOM (2945) - Izborni kolegiji 1. - Mandatory studij - Communication Sciences
KOM (2945) - Izborni kolegiji 1. - Mandatory studij - Communication Sciences

2. semester Not active
KOM (2945) - Izborni kolegiji 1. - Mandatory studij - Communication Sciences
KOM (2945) - Izborni kolegiji 1. - Mandatory studij - Communication Sciences

3. semester
KOM (2945) - Izborni kolegiji 1. - Mandatory studij - Communication Sciences

4. semester Not active
KOM (2945) - Izborni kolegiji 1. - Mandatory studij - Communication Sciences
KOM (2945) - Izborni kolegiji 1. - Mandatory studij - Communication Sciences

5. semester
KOM (2945) - Izborni kolegiji 1. - Mandatory studij - Communication Sciences
KOM (2945) - Izborni kolegiji 1. - Mandatory studij - Communication Sciences

6. semester Not active
KOM (2945) - Izborni kolegiji 1. - Mandatory studij - Communication Sciences
KOM (2945) - Izborni kolegiji 1. - Mandatory studij - Communication Sciences
Consultations schedule:
  • doc. dr. sc. Jelena Jurišić :


    Thursdays, from 12:45 PM to 1:45 PM, 
            with prior agreement by e-mail.

    Location:
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Informations

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