The course will explain the paradigm of generative communication, highlighting the points of contact and differences compared to other major contemporary paradigms and theories related to communication and sociology of communication. Generative communication paradigm is a transdisciplinary element which involves and influences studies in other areas such as sustainability, agriculture and rural development.
At the end of this course students will know the paradigm of generative communication, in relation to recent developments of international theories of communication
They will have improved their skills in understanding communication and sociological texts, contextualization of social and communicative facts. The course therefore aims to develop student judgment skills, learning abilities and skills related to theories and techniques of communication.
The course aims to stimulate students with respect to the conscious and active use of the CDS and the university structure as a whole, including guidance and management tools for the students career services. It is also intended to direct students towards active participation in lessons and a correct and profitable teaching-learning relationship; It also aims to promote the civil and shared use of the study resources of the CdS and the School.
Having attended the course of Theory and Techniques of Generative Communication I.
Type of Assessment
The exam will take place in oral form and will include the verification of the above-mentioned training objectives. In particular, the student will have to strengthen the basic knowledge of communication sociology and the methodology proposed by the volume "Generative Communication". Knowledge of generative communication techniques is also required
The course will explain the paradigm of generative communication, highlighting the points of contact and differences compared to other major contemporary paradigms and theories related to communication and sociology of communication.