University:

Email Address:

Phone Number:

Social Groups and its Cultural Imaginaries Business, Management & Finance Program Spring 2025 Semester - Madrid

Flight Credit Get a Flight Credit worth up to $1,000 when you apply with code* by September 12, 2024

Social Groups and its Cultural Imaginaries

Social Groups and its Cultural Imaginaries Course Overview

OVERVIEW

CEA CAPA Partner Institution: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Location: Madrid, Spain
Primary Subject Area: Cultural Studies
Instruction in: English
Course Code: 18374
Transcript Source: Partner Institution
Course Details: Level 200
Recommended Semester Credits: 3
Contact Hours: 42

DESCRIPTION

This course attempts to provide an analysis of the forms in which contemporary narratives construct social imaginaries that contribute to the development of identities and perspectives as well as presenting contemporary narrative theories. The relationships between identity, difference and otherness in diverse literary genres (narrative, drama) and other practices of cultural and visual representation will be studied. Identity as a main concept of contemporary culture holds various dimensions from ontological order that include not only individual to social but real to imagined or structural to conceivable historical.

The programme includes all these aspects so that the student can adquire an interpretative concept of modernity dynamics that continue acting as constitutive processes of our societies nowadays. The student will learn how to recognise the principal matters when studying narrative forms, the construction of social meaning and the representation of culture, as well as the theories related to them. This will allow the student to adquire conceptual and methodological instruments in order to analyse them.

This course attempts to provide an analysis of the forms in which contemporary narratives construct social imaginaries that contribute to the development of identities and perspectives as well as presenting contemporary narrative theories. The relationships between identity, difference and otherness in diverse literary genres (narrative, drama) and other practices of cultural and visual representation will be studied. Identity as a main concept of contemporary culture holds various dimensions from ontological order that include not only individual to social but real to imagined or structural to conceivable historical. The programme includes all these aspects so that the student can adquire an interpretative concept of modernity dynamics that continue acting as constitutive processes of our societies nowadays. The student will learn how to recognise the principal matters when studying narrative forms, the construction of social meaning and the representation of culture, as well as the theories related to them. This will allow the student to adquire conceptual and methodological instruments in order to analyse them.

Receive a $1,000 Flight Credit when you apply by September 12, 2024

Get your flight credit code and access to Passbook in two easy steps. With Passbook, you can track your favorite programs and courses, save flight credits, and watch videos on the destination you're interested in.

Apply Now

Step 1 of 2

Step 2 of 2


*By providing your mobile number, you agree to receive recurring text messages from CEA CAPA Education Abroad notifying you of important program deadlines. Message and data rates may apply.

Privacy Policy   |   Mobile Terms   |   Flight Credit Rules

Your flight credit has been added to your Passbook. Apply now or view your Passbook to begin the next step in your journey.

LET'S CHAT