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Global Problems and Solutions of Turkish Media

Course CodeSemester Course Name LE/RC/LA Course Type Language of Instruction ECTS
ISNU0006 Global Problems and Solutions of Turkish Media 2/0/0 EL Turkish 2
Course Goals It is impossible to isolate a countrys national media from the globalizing world. For this reason the clumsy situation and the technical, ethical, global and occupational problems of the Turkish television structure should be changed to compete with globalizing world’s problems. Although the technology in Turkish media has reached western countries’ standarts, the content has not reached to this level. Especially well educated people are required to compete with indepent and prompt broadcast of European and American media. Since this is possible with equipping students with the general knowledge of 21st century and educating students that will serve humanity, this course aims to educate students having all these qualifications.
Prerequisite(s) None
Corequisite(s) None
Special Requisite(s) Attendance is a must.
Instructor(s) Lecturerİlker Sarıer
Course Assistant(s)
Schedule Friday, 13:00-14:45, Ataköy Campus, Amfi B12
Office Hour(s) Lec.İlker Sarıer, Friday, 16: 00-17: 00, Ataköy Campus, 2B17
Teaching Methods and Techniques Classroom lectures, case studies, question and answer sessions, discussion, case studies from the history and today.
Principle Sources Medya Okuryazarlığı ve Eğitimi, İbrahim E. Bilici, Nobel yayıncılık, Baskı Sayısı : 2. Basım (2018), ISBN: 9786051338392 Medya ve Demokrasi, Joan Keane (2015) ISBN 9755390308 Daily newspapers, weekly magazines, journals
Other Sources
Course Schedules
Week Contents Learning Methods
1. Week A close look to the history of Turkish Media Lecturing, case studies, question and answer sessions, discussion
2. Week Explaining the media philosophy and emphasizing the history of newspaper, radio, TV and internet. Lecturing, case studies, question and answer sessions, discussion
3. Week Human rights, democracy and media Lecturing, case studies, question and answer sessions, discussion
4. Week The development stages of Turkish Media in media history and analyzing the education system. Lecturing, case studies, question and answer sessions, discussion
5. Week Developing media content and providing student the opportunity to make a practice in order to make him/her understand the subject. Lecturing, case studies, question and answer sessions, discussion
6. Week The differences of programs and texts in written press and visual press and the services of visual and non-visual media. Lecturing, case studies, question and answer sessions, discussion
7. Week Personalities and the effect of media on our personalities Lecturing, case studies, question and answer sessions, discussion
8. Week What Kind of Seller is Mass Media? Lecturing, case studies, question and answer sessions, discussion
9. Week Analyzing the differences between intellectual programs, documentary programs, entertainment programs and their practice ways. Comparing national media and global media. Lecturing, case studies, question and answer sessions, discussion
10. Week Providing knowledge about technique and providing general knowledge about light, decoration behind scenes and in front of the camera. Lecturing, case studies, question and answer sessions, discussion
11. Week Trade mark terror in Media. Lecturing, case studies, question and answer sessions, discussion
12. Week Media and Law Lecturing, case studies, question and answer sessions, discussion
13. Week Practicing the knowledge obtined in this course.News for written media, interviews, photography, using camera, news, dialogue. Lecturing, case studies, question and answer sessions, discussion
14. Week Practicing the knowledge obtined in this course.News for written media, interviews, photography, using camera, news, dialogue. Lecturing, case studies, question and answer sessions, discussion
15. Week Final Examination
16. Week Make up for Final Examination
17. Week
Assessments
Evaluation tools Quantity Weight(%)
Attendance 14 70
Final Exam 1 30