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4.7
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135개의 평가
18개의 리뷰

강좌 소개

This course is about communication on various levels. Over these 9 weeks we will cover a number of theories, cases and applications in the field of communication science. We will start with the foundational concepts of communication theory, defining what the theory is and going through a number of approaches to communication itself. Each week you will have a test to check on your progress and understanding. We also have a final text in the end of the course and a little bit of writing. As Oscar Wilde said, if you cannot write, you cannot think. If you cannot think, others will do thinking for you. So we find writing and reflecting pretty important for our classes. Along the course we provide you with in-class materials: lecture presentations, articles and additional readings. If you really want to get into the topic, don’t avoid this extra work. Although a substantial part of this course is theory-based, communication theory has a very practical application. Communication is an underlying process which creates and develops relationships, communities, societies. We communicative on a daily basis via a variety of means and channels. In our globalised and increasingly interconnected world, communication skills are essential in both the personal and professional spheres. It is our goal to leave you with a contextualisation and conceptualisation of communicative processes that will poise you to hone your own communicative skills — in other words, to put theory into practice. Do you have technical problems? Write to us: coursera@hse.ru...

최상위 리뷰

SJ

Sep 01, 2020

It is a perfect course to understand our family and working team by theoretical aspect which really helps to build strong relationship with them and lead a smooth life...

MA

Apr 04, 2019

Very Solid course to understand the background of our behavior and decisions making as well as what information we get and why.

필터링 기준:

Communication theory: bridging academia and practice의 18개 리뷰 중 1~18

교육 기관: Hester v d E

Feb 09, 2019

Interesting information. However, the presentations are not always clear and, more importantly, I asked one simple question in the discussion board 2 months ago, and none of the operators answered. There seems to be no guidance at all during the course, which I think is a pity.

However, I think the shown theories are interesting.

교육 기관: Maria A

Apr 04, 2019

Very Solid course to understand the background of our behavior and decisions making as well as what information we get and why.

교육 기관: Haiyatul B

Jun 22, 2020

Very helpful for study.

교육 기관: Souvik D

Apr 14, 2020

Thank you so much.

교육 기관: Mahmoud E A

Jul 17, 2020

good job

교육 기관: Anastasia G

Apr 05, 2019

бьютифул

교육 기관: ABHISHEK G

May 15, 2020

GREAT

교육 기관: Mona A A

Jul 03, 2020

GOOD

교육 기관: Laboni D

Jun 01, 2020

Nice

교육 기관: Vadim T

Dec 08, 2019

Nice course for brief introduction to the communication theory, good for structuring this topic. But not deep.

교육 기관: Khurram I A K

Aug 08, 2020

It is a wonderful course. It bridges the gap between information and communication theory and practice. The theories are really useful as it provides lens to view various information and communication issues. I would recommend this course to everyone.

교육 기관: Sivaramakrishnan J

Sep 01, 2020

It is a perfect course to understand our family and working team by theoretical aspect which really helps to build strong relationship with them and lead a smooth life...

교육 기관: Queena A A

Sep 30, 2020

its good for me to lean more communication studies

교육 기관: Sjbhosale S

Sep 11, 2020

Amazing coverage, everyone must do it!

교육 기관: Souvik G

Aug 06, 2020

It's good

교육 기관: ANKAN G

Sep 12, 2020

good

교육 기관: SAURABH K P

Aug 31, 2020

It was well structured course and was really helpful for me to learn the basics of communication. I loved it

교육 기관: Rajendra T

Oct 07, 2020

No disrespect to the instructors but I did not find the videos engaging. Lectures were long and basically giving information on classification of some field/topic.