This module is delivered via:
- 2-hour lectures; discussion; group work; class0based activities; workshops.
There are no conventional classes for this module. The 2-hour lecture provides time for looking at TV, video and other photograph material which illustrates the theories and concepts used in the module. Because of this, lecture attendance is monitored since the second lecture is used instead of a class.
There are also two workshop sessions for which attendance is registered. These deal with module work preparation, additional readings, essay writing and issues which emerge in the module of the lecture programme.
More details will be provided the start of the module but not only are these sessions essential in order to understand the coursework, they provide a context and standpoint which is an essential element of the module.
The readings will be available on Moodle (and partly also on Talis) and are a central part of what we do in the classroom. The readings are chosen to provide vibrant empirical examples, and to be accessible in terms of opening up the topics at hand. The course will also draw on a range of critical perspectives on organizations and the business context.