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HU. 44 INDUSTRIAL SOCIOLOGY


Industrial Sociology is offered as a separate direction of study only on postgraduate level.

HU. 45 JOURNALISM





Journalism 1A

JNS1AA1

NQF level: 6

NQF credits: 16

Content:

An introduction to Journalism: defining the various related fields of this communication specialisation and describing it within the communication context; an overview of specialisations within journalism specifying job opportunities in the journalism field; analysing issues in journalism and debating these; understanding the history of Journalism and reflecting on the discipline’s development and future; analysing the state of Journalism in Africa and South Africa, reflecting on responsible journalism and analysing the concepts of news and understanding news flow and issues of representation.



Purpose:

The purpose of the module is to introduce the learner to the field, discipline and profession of journalism.



Outcomes:

Upon completion of this module learners should be able to:



  • Define the various related fields of this communication specialisation.

  • Describe the role and function of journalism within the communication context.

  • Identify the specialisation within journalism.

  • Analyse and debate issues/challenges and trends in journalism.

  • Discuss the national and international history, development and future of Journalism.

  • Discuss the state of journalism in Africa and South Africa.

  • Reflect on responsible journalism.

  • Define news and concept related to news.

  • Analyse news selection, news flow and representation.

Calculation criteria:

Minimum Full Period Mark for Examination Admission – 40%

Full Period Mark Weight – 50%

Examination Mark Weight – 50%




Journalism 1B

JNS1BB1

NQF level: 6

NQF credits: 16


Content:

Journalism, Society and Global Culture: the module will give a brief overview of national and international history, as well as national and international politics. The workings of the national and local government, the South African judiciary, South African geography and national heritage will be briefly explored to contextualise the South African environment for the young journalist. This module also includes an introduction to media ideology and popular culture.



Purpose:

The purpose of the module is to improve the learners’ knowledge of global culture, and to build an understanding of the role of journalism in society.



Outcomes:

Upon completion of this module learners should be able to:



  • Gain insight into important national and international historical happenings and

milestone events.

  • Gain insight into significant national and international politics.

  • Reflect on the workings of the South African judiciary.

  • Reflect on the workings of local and national government.

  • Gain basic knowledge of South African national heritage.

  • Gain basic knowledge of geography and the world atlas.

  • Define popular culture and discuss the role and impact thereof on society and

journalism.

Calculation criteria:

Minimum Full Period Mark for Examination Admission – 40%

Full Period Mark Weight – 50%

Examination Mark Weight – 50%




Journalism 2A

JNS2AA2

NQF level: 7

NQF credits: 16


Content:

Newspaper journalism: The press in SA: history, development, press groups and ownership; press freedom; the function of the press: normative press theories; the internal and external media policy framework; censorship and regulation; development and civic journalism; the alternative press; tabloid journalism; practical components of newspaper journalism: interviewing, complete reporting, layout, design and editing.



Purpose:

The purpose of the module is to introduce the learner to selected theoretical and practical aspects of newspaper journalism.



Outcomes:

Upon completion of this module learners should be able to:



  • Discuss the history and development of the press in South Africa.

  • Identify the main press groups and reflect on their history, development and future.

  • Critically discuss the functioning of the press by referring to the normative press

theories.

  • Discuss the internal and external media policy framework regulating the press.

  • Discuss the gatekeeping and regulation functions of the press.

  • Explain the role and functioning of development journalism, alternative press and

tabloid journalism within the South African context.

  • Demonstrate insight into the editorial and news writing processes.

  • Demonstrate the ability to write for newspapers.

Calculation criteria:

Minimum Full Period Mark for Examination Admission – 40%

Full Period Mark Weight – 50%

Examination Mark Weight – 50%




Journalism 2B

JNS2BB2

NQF level: 7

NQF credits: 16

Content:

Internet journalism: history and development of the Internet; copyright and regulation of the Internet; media convergence and the future of traditional media; technology, access and democracy in developing countries; principles of electronic publications, practical components of online journalism.

Photojournalism: the nature of photography and the photographic image; visual literacy and the documentary photograph; representation and photography as cultural critique; ethics in photojournalism; impact of digital age on photojournalism; practical components of photojournalism.

Purpose:

Module 1:

The purpose of the module is to introduce the learner to selected theoretical and practical aspects of Internet Journalism.

Module 2:

The purpose of the module is to provide the learner with theoretical understanding, the necessary knowledge of and insight into photojournalism as a specialisation field of journalism.

Outcomes:

Upon completion of this module learners should be able to:



  • Define the nature of photography and the photographic image.

  • Define visual literacy and the documentary photograph.

  • Understand representation and photography as cultural critique.

  • Understand ethics and photojournalism.

Calculation criteria:

Minimum Full Period Mark for Examination Admission – 40%

Full Period Mark Weight – 50%

Examination Mark Weight – 50%




Journalism 3A

JNS3AA3

NQF level: 7

NQF credits: 22

Content:

Magazine journalism: history and development of magazine industry in South Africa with special focus on ownership and structure of magazines; the role of magazines in South African society; new tendencies in the magazine industry; creation and growth of corporate magazines.

Media law and ethics: definition of ethics, comparison of different approaches to ethics, South African media law and international codes of conduct and guidelines for ethical journalism.

Purpose:

The purpose of the module is to provide the leaner with a critical theoretical insight into the field of magazine journalism and give the student the necessary knowledge of and insight into ethical issues in journalism.



Outcomes:

Upon completion of this module learners should be able to:



Module 1 – Magazine journalism

  • Critically discuss the development and ownership of South African magazines.

  • Discuss the interchange of magazines and society.

Module 2 – Media Ethics and Law

  • Define ethics.

  • Understand media law.

  • Understand media ethics in the South African context.

  • Apply models for ethical decision-making.

Calculation criteria:

Minimum Full Period Mark for Examination Admission – 40%

Full Period Mark Weight – 50%

Examination Mark Weight – 50%




Journalism 3B

JNS3BB3

NQF level: 7

NQF credits: 22

Content:

Radio journalism: history and development of broadcasting; different models of radio broadcasting in South Africa; practical components of radio journalism.

Television journalism: history and development of television in South Africa; different models of television broadcasting; the role of television news; practical components of television journalism.


Purpose:

The purpose of the module is to provide the learner with a critical theoretical insight into the field of broadcasting journalism.



Outcomes:

Upon completion of this module learners should be able to:



  • Critically discuss the history and development of the radio and television industry

abroad and in South Africa.

after apartheid.

  • Show insight into the latest programming developments at the SABC.

  • Critically discuss commercial television as an alternative in a deregulated South

African broadcasting environment.

  • Gain insight into radio and television news and its role and function in society.

  • Demonstrate the ability to gather and edit news for radio and television.

  • Compile and present a radio and TV news bulletin.

Calculation criteria:

Minimum Full Period Mark for Examination Admission – 40%

Full Period Mark Weight – 50%

Examination Mark Weight – 50%




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