RESEARCH FIELDAnthropology › Cultural anthropologyPsychological sciencesSociology
RESEARCHER PROFILELeading Researcher (R4)Established Researcher (R3)Recognised Researcher (R2)First Stage Researcher (R1)
APPLICATION DEADLINE22/11/2019 23:59 - Asia/Tokyo
LOCATIONJapan › Tokyo
TYPE OF CONTRACTTemporary
HOURS PER WEEKSee description
(1) Number of positions: One or two part-time lecturer's position(s) in Media Studies and Media Research
(2) Starting date: April 2020 or September 2020
The lecturer will teach 100-minute course per week in the spring or fall semester.
This course examines the use and effects of mass communication for individuals and societies. It will cover topics such as who is affected, what effects occur and the theories behind them. The focus is on critical thinking and understanding mass communication use and its impact across various media formats including print, blogs, video, radio, podcast, TV, and web.
This course introduces you to a range of methods and theories in the study of media, and invites you to conduct focused independent research on a topic of significance to media studies. Drawing on communication studies, history, cultural studies, anthropology and related fields, the course considers how to study media content, media practice and media technology in relation to the mediation of power, desire, and social relations in contemporary society.
EURAXESS offer ID: 458022
Posting organisation offer ID: D119101372
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