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Teaching and learning materials

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Media and communication course (BA Level)


Handouts for the 'Media and Communication' lectures: Click here.


Reading list for Media and communication course

Obligatory literature:


Suggested literature:

  • Hodkinson, Paul (2016): Media, Culture and Society: An Introduction. SAGE Publications Ltd; Second edition.

  • Alan B. Albarran (2013): The Social Media Industries. Routledge

  • Potter, W. James (2015): Media Literacy, SAGE Publication

  • Wiesinger, S., & Beliveau, R. (2016). Digital literacy: a primer on media, identity, and the evolution of technology. Peter Lang.




Contemporary Media and Communication theory (MA Level)


Handouts for 'Contemporary Media and Communication theory' lectures.

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Reading list for Contemporary Media and Communication theory

Obligatory literature:

Suggested literature:

  • Schroeder, R. (2018). Towards a theory of digital media. Information, Communication & Society, 21(3), 323-339.

  • Di Gangi, P. M., & Wasko, M. M. (2016). Social media engagement theory: Exploring the influence of user engagement on social media usage. Journal of Organizational and End User Computing (JOEUC), 28(2), 53-73.

  • Psychogiopoulou, E. (Ed.). (2012). Understanding media policies: A European perspective. Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Frau-Meigs, D., O’Neill, B., Soriani, A., & Tomé, V. (2017). Digital citizenship education: Volume 1: Overview and new perspectives. Council of Europe.

  • Engelbrekt, A. B., Bremberg, N., Michalski, A., & Oxelheim, L. (Eds.). (2019). The European Union in a Changing World Order: Interdisciplinary European Studies. Springer.

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