Communication Behavior University of Tsukuba
This course discusses interpersonal communication via quantitative survey approach. Students are expected to learn how various media usage influences interpersonal communication and selective behaviors. This course will introduce the history and development of various media, namely: (1) from mass media to social media, and (2) their effects on users' identity formation, (3) language use, (4) perception of communication media and interpersonal relationships especially social support networks. Through this course, students will be able to acquire basic skills to understand existing body of research studies conducted both within and outside of Japan.
Communication skills; Mathematical research skills; Expertise for media
The overall evaluation will be based on the below activies and should be over 60% in total.
1) material preparation, discussion points submission, class participation (50%);
2) 2 final reports (50%)
Online Course Requirement
Toshimori Atsushi,Ye Shaoyu
Classes are offered in English in even-years and in Japanese in odd-years, respectively; Special subjects for Information Interaction; Teacher Training Course
Identical to 01MBA11.
Online(Synchronous) Students are required to understand discussion on the basis of statistics. We will conduct the classes using "Teams."
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Contact person: Atsushi Toshimori,Shaoyu Ye
Email address: email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org
Link to the syllabus provided by the university