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I. SUBJECT DESCRIPTION
II. SUBJECT REQUIREMENTS
III. COURSE CURRICULUM
SUBJECT DATA
OBJECTIVES AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
TESTING AND ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING PERFORMANCE
THEMATIC UNITS AND FURTHER DETAILS
Subject name
INTERPERSONAL HUMAN COMMUNICATION
ID (subject code)
BMEGT43A205
Type of subject
contact lessons
Course types and lessons
Type
Lessons
Lecture
4
Practice
0
Laboratory
0
Type of assessment
exam
Number of credits
5
Subject Coordinator
Name
Dr. Blaskó Ágnes
Position
assistant professor
Contact details
blasko.agnes@gtk.bme.hu
Educational organisational unit for the subject
Department of Sociology and Communication
Subject website
Language of the subject
magyar - HU
Curricular role of the subject, recommended number of terms

Programme: Communication and media studies Bachelor’s Programme compulsory subjects from 2018

Subject Role: Compulsory

Recommended semester: 2

Direct prerequisites
Strong
None
Weak
None
Parallel
None
Exclusion
None
Validity of the Subject Description
Approved by the Faculty Board of Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences, Decree No: 580251/13/2023 registration number. Valid from: 29.03.2023.

Objectives

The subject familiarizes the students with the basic concepts necessary for the examination of direct human communication and also provides a practice opportunity to become a more professional communicator. Familiarization with the theory is aided by overview lectures and an overview of specific used analysis techniques; and the practice is the series of tasks prepared for the class, the exercises of which are partly carried out together in the seminars, taking advantage of the possibilities of community knowledge and group learning.

Academic results

Knowledge
  1. Solid knowledge of conceptualization for studying communication and media phenomena
  2. Basic knowledge of social institutions (law, language, religion, etc.)
  3. Basic knowledge of the legal, political etc. norms regulating communication and media phenomena.
Skills
  1. Ability to recognize social and communication problems, and to choose appropriate solutions
  2. Ability to make judgements in practical tasks, ability to make independent decisions
  3. Reliable use of professional language.
Attitude
  1. Openness to social change
  2. Avoidance of being biased, prejudical
  3. Social sensitivity, solidarity.
Independence and responsibility
  1. Display one’s own worldview in a professional setting
  2. Independence
  3. Responsible, professionally based social presence.

Teaching methodology

Nonformal education.

Materials supporting learning

  • A tantárgy elvégzéshez szükséges oktatási anyagok, szakirodalom a kurzus moodle-oldaláról érhető el a hallgatóknak (edu.gtk.bme.hu)

General Rules

A 2.2. pontban megfogalmazott tanulási eredmények értékelése, a jegyszerzés feltétele a 70%-os órai részvétel, valamint 6 elfogadott, időben leadott esetelemző feladatlap ill. órai poszter, és aktív részvétel az órákon. Félév közepén és végén egy-egy zh.

Performance assessment methods

Órai szóbeli és írásbeli feladatok, félévközi szóbeli és írásbeli feladatok

Percentage of performance assessments, conducted during the study period, within the rating

  • exercise books: 40
  • mini conference: 20
  • midterm oral presentation: 25
  • midterm test: 15
  • total: 100

Percentage of exam elements within the rating

  • -:

Conditions for obtaining a signature, validity of the signature

Órák rendszeres látogatása

Issuing grades

%
Excellent 91-100
Very good 80-90
Good 65–79
Satisfactory 50-64
Pass 40-49
Fail < 40

Retake and late completion

Retake and make-up test options are defined by the valid regulations of the University’s Code on Education and Examination

Coursework required for the completion of the subject

Nature of work Number of sessions per term
classes 56
prep. for classes 32
prep. for assessments 32
homeworks 30
total 150

Approval and validity of subject requirements

Topics covered during the term

Lecture topics
1. Role - identity - group 1. The concept of identity, group membership, group cohesion (case studies) Role realisation, role-personality, relationship dynamics (personality, role, role types, case studies: key, medical role, medical research) Role 3 - manager roles, group roles Relationship dynamics 1 (vicious circle analysis (in psycho- and sociodynamics)) Relational dynamics 2. Infinite circle method (case studies) Transactional analysis 1. Transactional analysis 2. Nonviolent Communication 1. Nonviolent Communication 2. Hate speech Metaphor analysis Summary Exam

Additional lecturers

Name Position Contact details
Dr. Galgóczi Krisztina

Approval and validity of subject requirements