Political Communication - 2nd semester
João Pissarra Esteves
Weekly - 4
Total - Available soon
BENNETT, W. Lance e ENTMAN, R. M. (eds.), Mediated Politics: communication in the future of democracy, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2001;
McNAIR, B., An Introduction to Political Communication, London, Routledge, 1995;
DENTON, R. E. (ed.), Ethical dimensions of political communication, N. York, Praeger, 1991;
ALGER, D, The Media and Politics, N. Jersey, Prentice Hall, 1989;
BLUMLER, J. G. Blumler e GUREVITCH,M, The Crisis of Public Communication, London, Routledge, 1989.
Syllabus contents exposition and group discussion in the class (clarification of doubts and problematizations)
* critical reading of a set of mandatory texts under the orientation and supervision of the professor.
* individual correction of the negative evaluations (with the purpose of redefining the study strategies)
(the two former activities are performed beyond the classes period)
Two individual and by attendance written evaluations (with contents separation). The final grade is defined by the arithmetic average of these two tests.
Final supplementary exam (covering all the contents)
Grade improvement: beyond the exam (written or oral), are also accepted individual works (under presentation and prior approval of the respective plans).