Graduate Diploma in Arts (Cross Cultural Communication) - Parkville - Victoria - The University of Melbourne Parkville Campus - I3373

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Graduate Diploma in Arts (Cross Cultural Communication)
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Objectives:
Students who complete the graduate diploma should: * Demonstrate an independent approach to knowledge that uses rigorous methods of inquiry and appropriate theories and methodologies that are applied with intellectual honesty and a respect for ethical values; * Apply critical and analytical skills and methods to the identification and resolution of problems within complex changing social contexts; * Act as informed and critically discriminating participants within the community of scholars, as citizens and in the work force; * Communicate effectively; * Commit to continuous learning; * Be proficient in the use of appropriate modern technologies, such as the computer and other information technology systems, for the acquisition, processing and interpretation of data.
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Graduate Diploma in Arts (Cross Cultural Communication)
Course Description:
Specialisation Requirements:

    * One compulsory subject (12.5 points)

    * Seven elective subjects (87.5 points)

Compulsory subject

Subject     Semester     Credit Points

175-108  Intercultural Communication
This subject involves the main components of communicative events across cultures, the main linguistic approaches to analysing them, how they vary in a range of cultures from around the world, and the difficulties and misunderstandings these differen...     Semester 2     12.50

Elective subjects

Subject     Semester     Credit Points

100-182  Self and Other
One knows who one is by knowing who one is not. This subject is concerned with questions of identity. In particular, it considers how the senses of self and ‘other’ that we hold are always culturally constructed and maintained...     Semester 2     12.50

110-214  Indonesian Languages in Social Context
This subject focuses on the role of personal, societal, and historical contexts in the use and development of languages in the Indonesian archipelago, focussing on specific Indonesian societies (eg. Batak, Javanese, Maluku) and the Indonesian nation ...     Semester 2     12.50

119-200  Language and Society in Europe    
This subject will not be available in 2009     12.50


175-009  First Language Acquisition
This subject is an overview of some principal issues in first language acquisition, including children's language development (from pre-speech onwards), grammatical, semantic and pragmatic development, and the continued development of language t...     Semester 1     12.50

175-010  Second Language Learning and Teaching
This subject will examine a range of theoretical models of second language acquisition, including Universal Grammar, interlanguage, the input hypothesis, and the interaction hypothesis. Individual factors including age, aptitude, motivation and indiv...     Semester 2     12.50

175-011  Discourse & Pragmatics
This subject involves the study of language from pragmatic and discourse analytic perspectives. It will include topics such as: the collection and transcription of spoken language data; speech act theory, conversational implicature, deixis and perspe...     Semester 2     12.50

175-014  Phonetics
This subject involves the study of the sound distinctions occurring in human languages, such as basic articulatory, acoustic and auditory phonetics. Students should develop skills in perceiving, articulating, and transcribing speech sounds. Students ...     Semester 1     12.50

175-015  Syntax
This subject is an introduction to basic concepts and methods of syntactic analysis and description. Emphasis is on practical analysis and description of a wide range of phenomena from a variety of languages. Students should become familiar with topi...     Semester 2     12.50

175-016  Semantics
This subject is an introduction to the study of meaning, looking at the main linguistic approaches to the study of meaning, techniques of semantic analysis and argumentation, and problems of accounting for some selected areas of linguistic meaning. T...     Semester 1     12.50

175-018  Language in Aboriginal Australia
This subject develops an appreciation of the role of language in Aboriginal Australia, traditionally and today. On completion of the subject, students should have a general knowledge of the linguistic features which characterise Australian Aboriginal...     Semester 1     12.50

175-019  Language, Society and Culture
This subject examines how social and cultural factors influence language, and the role language plays in structuring and representing social categories across cultures. It examines how culture and language shape each other: how language represents an...     Semester 2     12.50

175-200  Language and Media
This subject examines the role of language in media texts using approaches developed through the field of linguistics and applied linguistics. Using digitised video clips, the subject explores the relationships between aural and visual elements in me...     Semester 1     12.50


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