|Psychosociology of Communication||991PCOM|
|1||Master||Clinical and Health Psychology||6 ects|
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|Learning Outcomes of the Curricular Unit:|
|- To integrate methods, techniques, concepts, models and theories in the area of Social Psychology of Communication;|
- To select appropriate methods and techniques in social psychology of communication;
- To determine relevant characteristics of individuals and groups through understand the processes of social psychology of communication;
- To improve oral and written communication skills.
|Topic I - The role of communication in authentic organizations.|
Topic II - Organizational Communication
- Diagnosis of communication, implementation of change and evaluation.
- Communication and planned organizational change: Unbinding and Outplacement.
|Demonstration of the Syllabus Coherence with the Curricular Unit's Objectives:|
|Topic I - The syllabus privileges the deepening of specific theoretical subjects in the area of communication psycho-sociology, thus allowing to reach the objectives of the curricular unit.|
Topic II - The program content emphasizes the deepening of the practical application of concepts, models and theories in the field of communication psychosociology in the organizational context: Realization of communication diagnosis, implementation of change and evaluation of results; Communication and planned organizational change: Unbinding and Outplacement.
|Teaching Methodologies (Including Evaluation):|
|Teaching methodology will include theoretical lecturing, research, reading and discussion of specific references, as well as thematic debating and critical reflection. Assessment will be continuous and based on a written test, a practical essay, an oral presentation and work discussion, as well as the execution of theoretical and practical tasks in the classroom.|
|Demonstration of the Coherence between the Teaching Methodologies and the Learning Outcomes:|
|1st and 2nd unit - Theoretical exposition of contents for each area of expert assessment; Presentation and handling of materials used in psychology of communication; Individual and group debate of cases illustrating different problems that may constitute thematics of psychology of communication with the aim of demonstrating knowledge and skills in performing tasks in psychology/communication interface, and social psychology; to master the main techniques and methodologies used in social psychology of communication; Presentation of films and texts with the purpose of showing different subjects of social psychology of communication.|
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