1) Knowledge and understanding:
students must have acquired the fundamental knowledge on the main characteristics of the Web as a space / environment of relationship with new social and relational problems. Particularly students must have acquired the
fundamental knowledge concerning the socio-relational problems of the Web society.
2) Applying knowledge and understanding:
students will have
acquired the analytical skills to discuss clearly and comprehensively the possible proposals and reflections about the themes and the problems of the Web society.
3) Making judgements:
at the end of the course students will have acquired the ability to
critically interpret the main events and issues of the Web society with particoular attention to the forms of digital media violence.
4) Communication skills:
students must have acquired the mastery of the terminology concerning the topics dealt with in teaching;
students will be able to communicate their own comments and ideas on the issues analyzed in the lessons to various
interlocutors effectively and appropriately.
5) Learning skills: students will have acquired those bibliographic and
linguistic-lexical tools to develop a critical reflection on the problems of the Web society.