Found 25 courses
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Greek Language and Media: Educational applications in Kindergarten

Nikoletta Tsitsanoudis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Pre-School Education, University of Ioannina

The course includes a systematic description, interpretation and evaluation of the media contents (grammar and syntax of television broadcasting, learning the written, visual and oral codes, etc). Moreover, media literacy is determined as critical education and is associated with the meaning of enhancing teacher’s and pupil’s cognitive and critical skills.

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Communicational Programming I

Savvas Makridis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Digital Media & Communication, TEI of Ionian Islands

The course focuses in the ionvestigation. Programming, action, communication and the assessment of public relations inside a bussines.

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Journalism and Public Speech

Anargyros Koumparelis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Digital Media and Communication, TEI of Ionian Islands

The part of the course on Journalism combines theoretical investigation of the role of journalism in modern times with practice over journalistic practice issues. The part of the course on the Public Word stands , first , freedom of expression and its importance to the outline of the person\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s personality and , secondly , to public expression as a form of power and enforcement .

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Advertising

Anargyros Koumparelis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Digital Media & Communication, TEI of Ionian Islands

As targeted advertising activity is analyzed from the perspective of Science of Communication. To this end, explained the special role of the famous culture and awareness for businesses and products. Advertisements reason and languages (text and image) is reason pretentious, designed, but not false.

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QUESTIONNAIRE & INTERVIEW techniques

Anargyros Koumparelis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Digital Media and Communication, TEI of Ionian Islands

The theoretical part includes: the research methodology, data sources , types of surveys by questionnaire and logic questionnaire construction. Short reports ( repetitions ) in sampling, descriptive statistics and qualitative surveys

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Mass Media in the Balkans

Vlasios Vlasidis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Balkan, Slavic & Oriental Studies, University of Macedonia

Introduction to the current and older information and media system. Agenda setting and mediation. Political parties, power, administration and mass media. Mass media in communist Bulgaria, Romania, Albania. TYhe case of Yugoslavia. The key players. The role of the Commuinist party. The dependency of the media by the communist parties. Journalists. Self-monitoring and censorship. The question of Communist truth. Europe and Balkan countries during Cold Europe period. Radio war and propaganda in the Balkans. Public broadcasting of the Balkan communist countries, Voice of America and Radio Free Europe as information and propaganda media. The Mass Media system after the fall of communism. Changes at the political and information system. The case of Serbia. The media system in Serbia after the fall of communism. The struggle of B92 against Milosevic regime. The Media system in new independent countries such as Montenegro and Kosovo. Relations between politics and media. Turkey a different case, a country with different tradition and different size.

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Press (newspapers and magazines) in the Balkans

Vlasios Vlasidis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Balkan, Slavic & Oriental Studies, University of Macedonia

The information system. The concept of mediation. Agenda. Setting. The management of information and knowledge. The difference between the events and the news. Newspapers and magazines. . Newspapers in Antiquity and in the Middle Ages. Newspapers in Europe and America. Rising circulation of newspapers in other European countries. The local press. Press in the Balkans. National enlightenment and newspapers. Daily newspapers in the Balkans on the eve of the First World War. Newspapers are converted to modern information sources. Second World War censorship, luck of information, use of propaganda. The newspapers of the Balkan states during communism. Journalists. Censorship. The Communist party truth. The case of Yugoslavia (1948-1980). Media after the dissolution of Yugoslavia. Submission of the media in political power. Newspapers in the Balkan states after the fall of communism (1989 onwards). New political, financial, sports newspapers. The press and electronic media corporations. Journalists under pressure. Political and economic pressure. The history of the Greek press. Newspapers during the Greek Revolution. Development of the Greek Press (20th c.). The press grows when political crises arises (Interwar period). Full control of newspapers during the Second World War. Development of newspapers after 1950. The press groups. The Greek hunta. The press after the fall of the Greek hunta. The rise and fall of circulation of newspapers. Many newspapers but small circulations. The news agencies. The international news agencies (REUTERS, ASSOCIATED PRESS, AFP, DPA, ITAR-TASS, BLOOMBERG). Structure and operation of news agencies. Athens News Agency and news agencies of the Balkan states.

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Language and Society

Periklis Politis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Journalism and Mass Communications, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The course applies sociolinguistic approaches to media language. The relationships between language, society and (mass) communication are examined to illustrate how media discourses represent social phenomena (ideologies, practices, attitudes, personal and group identities etc) and in what ways they influence media writing. Topics included are: language and (traditional or new) media, language and the Internet, language and politics, language and ethnicity, language and youth, language and gender, language and class, language and identity. Moreover, special attention is given to Modern Greek diglossia (Katharevousa vs. Dhemotiki), since stylistic variation in the media over the last four decades -at least- can be partly interpreted in the light of the attitudes adopted by journalists and experts towards the ‘high’ and ‘low variety’, the standard (and official) language and the everyday language, which embodies many dialect elements.

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Communication and Crisis Management

Nikolaos Panagiotou - Undergraduate - (A+)
Journalism and Mass Communications, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The aim of the course is to understand the basic principles of crisis management and emergency incidents. Using examples the management of a crisis stages (Prevention - Preparation - Response - Recovery) will be presented and analyzed and especially the communication during a crisis. In this context, we will focus on different ways and means that should be used to manage a crisis communication. Finally, individual issues that refer and address issues will be presented such as relations with the community with particular emphasis on management and handling conflict situations.

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Media Economics

George Tsourvakas - Undergraduate - (A+)
Journalism and Mass Communications, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

This course address issues such as: introduction to Media Economics. The ownership of media. Media and public goods. The degree of concentration of market experiences of media. Strategic competitive advantage of experiences of media organizations. Intense competition and experiences of media market. Strategic alliances experiences of media organizations. The role of advertising and measurement media market. The role of new technologies in the media market. Organisations media a set of contracts. Competition among media industries.