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Global and National Media Formation

Course CodeSemester Course Name LE/RC/LA Course Type Language of Instruction ECTS
ISNU0005 Global and National Media Formation 2/0/0 EL Turkish 2
Course Goals

As a result of development of thoughts and technology in developing world , the borders between the countries are dissapearing. In this environment media has the most important responsibility.The mass media mediums has an important role in politics, arts and culture, international relations, human resources, life styles, economical areas, sports , health  and also important for countries in order to reach wealth. For this reason students  who have broad knowledge about these areas that are listed above , who understand the importance of international media and who have the necessary education  are required in the sector. Also these conscious and intellectual individuals of the information age  provides opportunity to live in peace. This course aims to educate students that have such qualifications.

Prerequisite(s) None
Corequisite(s) None
Special Requisite(s) None
Instructor(s) Lecturer Serfiraz Ergun
Course Assistant(s)
Schedule Tuesday, 11: 00-12: 45, Atakoy Campus, B11
Office Hour(s) Lecturer. See. Serfiraz Ergun, Monday, 14: 00-15: 00, Ataköy Campus, 1D0305
Teaching Methods and Techniques  Analyzing world media and Turkish media by learning the past and present conditions. Practicing with examples related to news, interviews, dialogue, entertainment and films in  national and global media.
Principle Sources  

-Özdemir, Sadi. Medya Emperyalizmi ve Küreselleşme, İstanbul: Timaş Yayınları,1998.

-Adaklı, Gülseren. Türkiye’de Medya Endüstrisi,İstanbul:Ütopya Yayınları, 2006.

Other Sources
Course Schedules
Week Contents Learning Methods
1. Week Explaining the media philosophy and emphasizing the history of newspaper, radio, TV and internet. Verbal Lecture
2. Week The development stages of Turkish Media in media history and analyzing the education system. Verbal Lecture
3. Week The development stages of Turkish Media in media history and analyzing the education system. Verbal Lecture
4. Week Analyzing the mass media mediums importance. Verbal Lecture
5. Week Developing media content and providing student the opportunity to make a practice in order to make him/her understand the subject. Verbal Lecture
6. Week General review Verbal Lecture
7. Week Midterm Exam Midterm Exam
8. Week Analyzing the effects of media news on public opinion in terms of quantity and quality. Verbal Lecture
9. Week Ulusal, küresel, yerel nitelikli gelişmelerin yansıtılmasında hedefe varmak için kitle iletişim araçlarına gerekli olan etik değerlere uygun hareket etmek Verbal Lecture
10. Week Ulusal, küresel, yerel nitelikli gelişmelerin yansıtılmasında hedefe varmak için kitle iletişim araçlarına gerekli olan etik değerlere uygun hareket etmek. Verbal Lecture
11. Week Analyzing the differences between intellectual programs, documentary programs, entertainment programs and their practice ways. Comparing national media and global media. Verbal Lecture
12. Week Analyzing the differences between intellectual programs, documentary programs, entertainment programs and their practice ways. Comparing national media and global media. Verbal Lecture
13. Week Providing knowledge about technique and providing general knowledge about light, decoration behind scenes and in front of the camera. Verbal Lecture
14. Week General review Verbal Lecture
15. Week Assessment Assessment
16. Week Assessment Assessment
17. Week Assessment Assessment
Assessments
Evaluation tools Quantity Weight(%)
Midterm(s) 1 30
Homework / Term Projects / Presentations 1 5
Attendance 14 5
Final Exam 1 60