Media, Communication and Lifestyle
Media use and media content have become intertwined in lifestyles in many parts of the world and the concept of digitalisation is one of the major challenges for modern societies. This course offers the studies of media’s role in today’s society with a special focus on lifestyles and welfare. The course consists of four modules with perspectives on lifestyles, risk communication and urban media life. These issues are studied from both a theoretical and a practical perspective. The four 7.5 credit modules are The mediated Lifestyle, Media, Risk and Uncertainty, Media and Urban Town, and Project Work.
General entry requirements. Applicants must have written and verbal command of the English language equivalent to English course 6 in Swedish Upper-Secondary School.
Grades: 35%, SweSAT: 35% and credits: 30%
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Teaching is in English.