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a) Knowledge objectives: the course deals the place of communication in contemporary culture and the relationship between philosophy and society;
b) Competence objectives: students have to master the concepts and notions acquired during the course;
c) Behaviour objectives: the course aims to stimulate the students to use consciusely university structure, including the management of the student career. Moreover, the course intends to encourage the students to actively partecipate in lessons and in the student-teacher relationship. Finally, it will favour the civil use of the University resources.
Familiarity with the philosophical language. Basic knowledge in the differents fields of philosophy.
Partecipation and other educational methods that encourage critical thinking and a desire to learn.
Anthropology and communication.
Type of Assessment
The final examination aims at ascertaining the student's actual level of knowledge and understanding. This is a conversation with the teacher held without topics related to the content of the course (see learning objectives). Particular attention will be adressed to the assessment of the student's abilities of contextualization and critical analysis.
A study of the concept of communication as complex phenomena, including human subjectivity, technology, science, environment and social relations.