|TYPE OF COURSE UNIT||Elective Course
|LEVEL OF COURSE UNIT||Bachelor's Degree
|YEAR OF STUDY||-
|NUMBER OF ECTS CREDITS ALLOCATED||6
|NAME OF LECTURER(S)||-
|LEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE COURSE UNIT
||At the end of this course, the students;
1) Will apply social psychological knowledge and insight to understanding of cinema.
2) Will analyze the movies with reference to their representation of social psychological concepts.
3) Will develop a skill to show social psychological paradigms using cinematic examples.
4) Will make inferences about micro and macro social contexts in which movies are released.
5) Will be able to write a movie critique from a social psychological point of view.
|MODE OF DELIVERY||Face to face
|PRE-REQUISITES OF THE COURSE||No
|RECOMMENDED OPTIONAL PROGRAMME COMPONENT||None
|COURSE DEFINITION||The relationship between social psychology and cinema, models of human behavior, affect, and cognition in movies, human interaction models of directors, movies and representation of deviance are some topics of the course. The main purpose is to examine the representation of social psychological variables and concept in cinema. Another aim is to enable students examine movies and make movie analyses according to social psychological parameters.
|1st Week ||Introduction to Social Psychology and Cinema|
|2nd Week ||Social Representation Research|
|3rd Week ||Social Psychology of Narration|
|4th Week ||Social Psychology of Narration (continued)|
|5th Week ||Social Psychology of Hollywood Cinema|
|6th Week ||Social Psychology of European Cinema|
|7th Week ||Social Psychology of Turkish Cinema|
|8th Week ||Mid-Term Exam|
|9th Week ||Silent Films, Musicals and Comedy|
|10th Week ||The Concept of "Absurd" in the Cinema|
|11th Week ||Social Influence, Propaganda, and Cinema|
|12th Week ||War and Cinema|
|13th Week ||Social Psychology of Violence and Pornography in Movies|
|14th Week ||Horror and Science Fiction|
|RECOMENDED OR REQUIRED READING||Baumeister, R. F., & Finkel, E. J. (Eds.) (2010). Advanced social psychology: The state of the science. New York: Oxford University Press.
Belton, J. (2009). American cinema, American culture. Boston: McGraw-Hill.
|PLANNED LEARNING ACTIVITIES AND TEACHING METHODS||Lecture,Discussion
|ASSESSMENT METHODS AND CRITERIA|
|Contribution of In-term Studies to Overall Grade(%)||40|
|Contribution of Final Examination to Overall Grade(%)||60|
|Preparation for Quiz|
|Individual or group work||14||5||70|
|Preparation for Final exam||1||35||35|
|Preparation for Midterm exam||1||25||25|
|Laboratory (including preparation)|
|Total Workload / 30||5,8|
|ECTS Credits of the Course||6|
|LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION||English