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The course includes a Semiotics module, which will reconstruct the themes of the history of semiotics, social sciences and contemporary linguistic-anthropological thought merged into interpretive semiotics, resulting in dissenting semiotics towards the society of commodification of goods, and a module on the theories of image and art aimed at examining the current and little-known innovative cultural effervescence in the fields of art, theater, education, education.
The course examines the concepts and theoretical principles developed in semiotics on the function of language and other expressive and meaning-making systems, and applies them to texts such as the most advanced social processes, debates and theoretical conflicts of contemporary reality, such as food sovereignty, consumer objection, degrowth theory, the cathartic and transformative properties of theatrical languages, visual arts, artistic expression theatrical. Objective is the development of autonomy of thought and independence with respect to stereotypes and clichés of the current mass culture.
A prerequisite for the course is the student's possession of the normal basic knowledge of the history of European culture (History, Literature, Philosophy, Art, Economics, two foreign languages etc.) acquired during secondary studies
Office hours: Normally the reception hours are differentiated in the two semesters. 1st semester: The reception hours will be displayed in days and times that will be communicated when the lesson time is available. The reception hours of the second semester will be displayed at the beginning of the semester on the Disfor notice board and on the notice board of the Degree Course at the Savona Campus where they will always be publicly available.
ROBERTO PELLEREY (President)
SELENE D'AGOSTINO (Substitute)
Final oral interview
The exam will consist of a part of targeted questions on the institutional section and a part of specific questions on the monographic part of the program to verify the understanding of the problems and underlying issues examined and discussed in the course, in addition to the basic principles of semiotics.
- The "understanding of the problems" will be verified through the following parameters:
- ability to abstraction on general and wider themes starting from particular issues and cases
- ability to conceptual link between particular cases and general issues
- ability to connect between different texts
- ability to critically identify common stereotypes
- capacity for criticism and any theoretical detachment from current commonplaces
- ability to form original theses starting from the cases, themes, problems examined
- ability to synthesize and display the evolutionary stages of the history of semiotics and the basic principles of semiotics
- ability to describe and examine the concepts elaborated in different theories and semiotic schools on the function of language
- ability to describe and examine the concepts elaborated in different theories and semiotic schools on the organization of human knowledge
- ability to analyze and distinguish the fundamental thematic nuclei of contemporary social and cultural phenomena examined in the course
- ability to analyze and distinguish the technical and operational procedures of the "interpretation" and "communication" processes, distinguishing the different operational models or theoretical "paradigms"
- ability to evaluate the different theories of theater, art and education and compare them with different forms of art and education
- ability to critically compare different theses and ideologies on the concepts of "development", "(economic) growth", "well-being"
- independent reasoning skills
- ability to identify the thematic nuclei of a text
- ability to compare different theses and theories on the same basic questions in different texts
- ability to explain one's choice of text in the groups of texts of one's choice
- ability to describe and discuss in detail the contents of the texts brought to the exam, in particular those which are not compulsory
- ability to understand and explain the choice for the course of the texts in the program
- ability to orientate critically between the theoretical assumptions of the texts in the program
- ability to identify a relationship between the chosen texts and one's personal interests or vocations
|10/01/2023||11:00||SAVONA||Orale||Si prevede un numero massimo di 22 esami al giorno. Oltre tale numero l'esame potrebbe proseguire in un data successiva.|
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|24/01/2023||12:00||SAVONA||Orale||Si prevede un numero massimo di 22 esami al giorno. Oltre tale numero di iscritti, l'esame potrebbe proseguire in date successive|
|07/02/2023||11:00||SAVONA||Orale||Si prevede un numero massimo di 22 esami al giorno. Oltre tale numero l'esame potrebbe proseguire in un data successiva.|
|07/02/2023||12:00||SAVONA||Orale||Si prevede un numero massimo di 22 esami al giorno. Oltre tale numero di iscritti, l'esame potrebbe proseguire in date successive|
|30/05/2023||12:00||SAVONA||Orale||Si prevede un numero massimo di 22 esami al giorno. Oltre tale numero di iscritti, l'esame potrebbe proseguire in date successive|