Uppsala’s streets look much more cheerful these days: there are colorful feathers decorating some trees, people sit outside on the terraces, the snow is melting and it is mostly sunny! Although we have to do some reading for the next seminar, there is some time now for thinking about a masters thesis topic and applying… Continue reading Påske time!
We just started a new course: Communication Theory and Strategy. The main course book is: Craig, R. T. & Muller, H. L. 2007. Theorizing Communication: Readings Across Traditions. Sage Publications. This book goes through communication traditions, and each chapter covers one. The course aims to introduce classical communication theories, such as the rethorical tradition, and to… Continue reading The fourth course is already here!
Hej Hej! Today we had a meeting with director of studies for your programme and with the responsibles for the internship course. We had the opportunity to ask questions regarding the terms and conditions of the internship. This can take place from June although the course is programmed for September, and it should be arranged… Continue reading Information meeting
Hello again! Today and yesterday, all groups presented their work to the class. We all seemed to be enthusiastic and keen on showing our final work. Each presentation took around 45 minutes, plus discussion and responding questions from the opponent group. Although the group project was not graded, and just evaluated with “Pass or Fail”, I… Continue reading Group presentations – Working together is not that simple!
In today’s post, I would like to point out something we talked about in my group while writing the report, and this was the difference from our home countries educational experiences and the education system experienced here in Sweden. My international group mates and I, originally from England, Italy, and Spain, noticed that when we… Continue reading Theoretical vs. Theories
Hello there, This week time has passed fast. We met up every day in Uppsala city, and working together we’ve had a lot of fun. Of course, our group meetings weren’t just about chatting and drinking Italian coffee. We also started working on the interview results, brainstorming what theories and concepts could suit better its… Continue reading Daily group meetings