Film and Visual Cultures MACoventry University
£ 5.799 - (6.492 €)
- Scarborough (Inghilterra)
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Contemporary society is dominated by visual media – film, photography, television, internet. This Film and Visual Cultures MA allows you to investigate the technological, social and cultural changes that have led to this development.
It also addresses the practical and political implications of this change for contemporary visual media production and analyses the specificity of visual media forms.
PLEASE NOTE: when making your application please select Communication, Culture and Media MA and then state clearly your chosen routeway (specialism) within the personal statement (e.g. Film and Visual Cultures MA).WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE?
The course is taught by a team of enthusiastic specialists in the field of visual media and culture.
Staff will provide an introduction to theoretical perspectives and debates in a friendly and stimulating setting.
You will be encouraged to make practical, critical and creative use of digital media (e.g. blogging, video, imaging etc.) as part of your assignments.WHAT WILL I LEARN?
In order to critically and creatively operate in a visual media dominated world it is vital to develop the conceptual tools that are necessary for analysing visual representations – the codes, meanings, visual languages and genres framing our visually dominated media culture.
By choosing specialist modules and by undertaking a research project, you will engage with cutting-edge ideas, rigorous methods and theoretical frameworks.
Through this approach an expertise is developed in the texts and artefacts of diverse film traditions, television, advertising, photography and digital visual media and cultures.
- Research in Communication, Culture and Media;
- Approaches to Communication, Culture and Media;
- Film and Visual Cultures.
Four Option Modules, to be selected from:
- Information Societies;
- Media Audiences;
- Communication, Culture and Media Industries;
- Film Theory and Global Context;
- Identity and Cultural Difference;
- Journalism Themes and Issues;
- Public Relations and Information Management;
- Material Cultures;
- MA Research Project.