Department of Sociology and Communication
Programme: Szabadon választható tárgyak
Subject Role: Szabadon választható
Recommended semester: 0
The aim of the subject is to introduce students to the patterns of communication, both within direct human communication and communication technology.
- Solid knowledge of conceptualization for studying communication and media phenomena
- Solid knowledge of the most important social science conceptualizations needed to study the communication phenomena
- Solid knowledge of the conceptualization for studying social processes.
- Ability to recognize social and communication problems, and to choose appropriate solutions
- Ability to make judgements in practical tasks, ability to make independent decisions.
- Openness to social change
- Presence from social science egocentrism in social science fields
- Social sensitivity, solidarity.
Autonomy and responsibility
- Responsible, professionally based social presence.
Methodology of teaching
lecturing, classroom discussion
Materials supporting learning
- A tantárgy elvégzéshez szükséges oktatási anyagok, szakirodalom a kurzus moodle-oldaláról érhető el a hallgatóknak (edu.gtk.bme.hu)
The assessment of the learning outcomes formulated in point 2.2 takes place in the form of midterm tests, a discussion starter, and mandatory, active participation in class.
Performance evaluation methods
Detailed description of the performance evaluations carried out during the term: 1. Performance assessment: The students need to collect at least 7 points on each tests, the final grade is based on the sum of the points. If any test of the three is failed, the final grade is also an F. The test are evaluated based on the short, analytical answers given to the open questions.
Proportion of performance evaluations performed during the diligence period in the rating
- 1st performance assessment: 33
- 2nd performance assessment: 33
- 3rd performance assessment: 33
- total: 100
Proportion of examination elements in the rating
Correction and retake
Retake and make-up test options are defined by the valid regulations of the University’s Code on Education and Examination.
Study work required to complete the course
|Work type||Amount of work hours|
|preparation for classes||2|
|preparation for assessment||30|
Approval and validity of subject requirements
Topics discussed during the semester
– regularities of direct human communication; – communication and information; – functions and forms of direct human communication; – role, personality; – non-verbal communication; – the semiotics of human communication; - coordination of communication
|Topics of lectures|
Lecturers participating in teaching
|dr. Szabó Levente|