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European Survey on University Teaching of Theory of Communication
1. Indicate whether you are filling in the questionnaire personally or in a team
In your own name
In a team
2. Academic setting.
As you will know, this survey is being launched in Spain, in various European countries and in Latin America. Tick the box
corresponding to the academic setting your university corresponds to
Spain
Rest of Europe
Latin America
1/10
3. Tick the option of the country your university corresponds to
Spain
Mexico
Costa Rica
Cuba
El Salvador
Guatemala
Honduras and Nicaragua
Brazil
Panama
Puerto Rico
Dominican Republic
Colombia
Ecuador
Bolivia
Venezuela
Peru
Argentina
Chile
Uruguay
France
Italy
Portugal
Belgium
Germany
Holland
Luxembourg
Austria
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Ireland
Denmark
Sweden
Norway
Greece
Poland
Czech Republic
Romania
Hungary
Others
2/10
4. Write the complete name of your university in the space
5. Degree course to which the Subject corresponds.
Indicate the degree course to which the Theory of Communication and/or Information subject which you teach corresponds,
ticking the box which corresponds best to it
General for Communications
Specific to Journalism
Specific to Audiovisual Media
Specific to Advertising and Public Relations
Common to Journalism, Audiovisual Media or Advertising and Public Relations
Shared with other degree courses
Others
1. Name of the Subject.
Indicate the name of the subject which your university has chosen for this teaching subject
Theory of Communication
Theories of Communication
Theory of Information
Theories of Information
Theory of Communication/Information
Theories of Communication/Information
Other names
2. If you chose "Other names" in the previous question, write the name of the subject here
3. Teaching status of the subject
Core/Compulsory
Option
4. For how many academic periods (four-month term, semester or year) is it taught?
One period
Two periods
Three periods
More than three periods
3/10
5. Number of teachers assigned to the subject
One teacher only
Two teachers
From three to seven teachers
More than seven teachers
6. Principal academic background of the teachers.
Show the alternative which you think appropriate for the academic background dominant among the teachers of this
subject
Professional background dominates
Educational background in linguistics dominates
Educational background in philosophy dominates
Educational background in psychology dominates
Educational background in anthropology dominates
Educational background in sociology dominates
Educational background in communications dominates
Other types of educational background dominate
7. Total teaching hours for the Subject, by ranges
Less than 20 hours
From 31 to 60 hours
From 61 to 90 hours
From 91 to 120 hours
More than 120 hours
8. Where Subject appears, in terms of university levels (cycles)
First Level (First half of undergraduate course)
Second Level (Second half of undergraduate course)
First and Second Levels
Third Level (Postgraduate)
Option
9. Teaching Type for Subject
Classroom teaching
Distance learning with Tutor
Mixed
4/10
1. Subject Objectives
Knowledge-based learning predominates
Procedure-based learning predominates
Attitudes-based learning predominates
Balance of knowledge, procedures and attitudes.
2. Skills required of student in order to take this subject
Not specified for the subject
Other subjects already passed
Other subjects already passed, plus instrumental skills: languages/technologies.
Only instrumental skills: Technologies
Only instrumental skills: Languages
Others
3. Skills to be acquired in the subject
Cognitive skills dominate (analysis, evaluation and problem solving)
Behavioural skills dominate (attitudes and communicative skills)
Professional skills dominate (project development)
4. Syllabus orientation in the subject
The study of systems, processes and products dominates
The study of paradigms, models and theories dominates
Epistemological criticism dominates
1. Animal Communication
Included in the syllabus
Not included in the syllabus
2. Interpersonal Communication
Included in the syllabus
Not included in the syllabus
3. Group Communication
Included in the syllabus
Not included in the syllabus
5/10
4. Organizational Communication
Included in the syllabus
Not included in the syllabus
5. Mass Communication
Included in the syllabus
Not included in the syllabus
6. Write in any other principal syllabus contents which are not covered by the questions above and which are taught in your
programmes
7. Dominating objects of study in the subject.
Choose the alternative which is closest to the case
Interpersonal Communication dominates
Group Communication dominates
Organizational Communication dominates
Mass Communication dominates
Other applications dominate
8. Dominating disciplinary paradigms.
Show the alternative which is closest to the case
Psychology and Social Psychology dominate
Linguistics and Semiotics dominate
Anthropology and Philosophy dominate
Sociology dominates
Historical perspective dominates
Interdisciplinary perspective dominates
None of the above dominates
1. Review and critic of Behaviourism
Reviewed and criticised
Only reviewed
NA
6/10
2. Review and critic of Functionalism
Reviewed and criticised
Only reviewed
NA
3. Review and critic of Structuralism
Reviewed and criticised
Only reviewed
NA
4. Review and critic of Phenomenology
Reviewed and criticised
Only reviewed
NA
5. Review and critic of Systems Theory
Reviewed and criticised
Only reviewed
NA
6. Review and critic of Critical Theories and Models
Reviewed and criticised
Only reviewed
NA
7. Review and critic of Informationalism
Reviewed and criticised
Only reviewed
NA
8. Review and critic of Constructivism
Reviewed and criticised
Only reviewed
NA
7/10
9. Dominating theoretical models
Behaviourist models dominate
Functionalist models dominate
Structuralist models dominate
Phenomenological models dominate
Systemic models dominate
Critical models dominate
Informational models dominate
Constructivist models dominate
No theoretical models predominating
10. Relevant bibliography (write in the "4" most important references)
1. Percentage of theoretical classes
Up to 25%
From 26% to 50%
From 51% at 75%
More than 75%
2. Assessment of class attendance
Up to 25% of final grade
Between 26% and 50% of final grade
NA
3. Assessment of classroom participation in final grade
Up to 25%
From 26% to 50%
From 51% to 75%
More than 75%
NA
4. Assessment of personal work in final grade
Up to 25%
From 26% to 50%
From 51% to 75%
More than 75%
NA
8/10
5. Oral test assessment as part of final grade
Up to 25%
From 26% to 50%
From 51% to 75%
More than 75%
NA
6. Written test assessment as part of final grade
Up to 25%
From 26% to 50%
From 51% to 75%
More than 75%
NA
1. Interest in results of Survey
I am only interested in receiving the results
I am interested in receiving the results and attending the Symposium
I am only interested in attending the Symposium
2. E-mail address for further contact
9/10
10/10