At the end of the course, students are expected to be able:
- to understand the importance of animating a public space for environmental discussion; to recognise the multiple actors involved in public debate and the different forms of communication used (texts, images, gestures and actions); to recall the main changes in the evolution of political and environmental communication.
- to apply the content learnt and carry out an accomplished analysis of different materials (texts, speeches, photographs, videos, etc.) with regard to statements and content, narrative styles, emotional dimensions and reference values.
- to autonomously, reflexively and rigorously interpret, evaluate and criticise different forms of public communication in the environmental field.
- to communicate and compare one's own ideas and opinions in a public debate, recognising the complexity and legitimacy of different points of view, without giving up one's own.
- to participate more consciously and with more critical tools in public life, preparing themselves to assume their responsibilities in the face of the most important political and environmental issues that arise particularly in the relationship between different peoples, generations and species.