240535 SE "Indigenous Media": Self-Representation, Identity Politics and Cultural Activism (P4) (2017S)
- Registration is open from We 01.02.2017 00:01 to Mo 27.02.2017 23:59
- Deregistration possible until Mo 13.03.2017 23:59
Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N
Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
- An effective introduction, which allows an understanding for the problem or theme.
- A conclusion, which does not repeat, but connects central issues and themes in a coherent and critical way.
- Significant ideas should be at the top of new paragraphs.
- Ideas and paragraphs should be connected fluidly.
- Statements and claims should follow a plausible structure.Conceptualisation and analysis
- Arguments should be coherent, otherwise address and discuss arising contradictions.
- Good essays give a clear idea of the problem/theme to be discussed.
- Use and critically examine ideas, concepts and theories discussed in the readings and in class.Supporting materials
- A well-argued, plausible and analytical essay does not only include texts and films discussed in class, but complements suggested literature with materials found through independent research.
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
- To read the compulsory literature and to watch the films
- To write a film review (5000 characters max.)
- To prepare and hold a 20-minutes presentation
- To write a marked essay (8000-10000 characters)