日常生活中的意识形态宣传

Propaganda and Ideology in Everyday Life

Find out how propaganda is used to instil political ideologies and its impact on our daily lives, with this free online course.

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诺丁汉大学
FutureLearn
  • 完成时间大约为 5
  • 初级
  • 英语
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你将学到什么

Assess the usefulness of different academic methodologies for understanding ideologies

Compare propaganda produced by regimes from across the political spectrum

Discuss how political ideals and values travel between different historical periods and cultural contexts

Explore how images and spaces reflect and shape ideological assumptions

Reflect on the relationship between personal beliefs and political behaviours

课程概况

This free online course explores the building blocks of our political views: freedom, community, place, justice and choice.

These words mean different things to different people – such radically different things in fact, that individuals, protest movements and entire states often go to war to assert their understanding of, say, freedom over somebody else’s.

Understand how propaganda works with our everyday beliefs

Over five weeks, we will explore how and why words come to mean such different things, across time and space. We will look at how we come to be political, and how political ideology and propaganda pick up on the words, images and symbols we use to express our own convictions and sentiments.

The course draws on the academic expertise of The University of Nottingham’s Centre for the Study of Ideologies (CSPI), as well as collections showcased in the British Library’s 2013 exhibition, Propaganda: Power and Persuasion.

We will examine examples from different periods and contexts in the 20th and 21st centuries, looking at how propaganda is used to promote causes both “good” and “bad” in the arenas of public health, identity and belonging, and freedom and responsibility.

Share your beliefs with a global community of learners

Throughout the course, you will be able to share your thoughts, beliefs and experiences with other learners, and post images to an online archive, helping to show us what freedom, community or protest might mean to you.

In this way, you can join a global conversation, where people discuss politics across national, social and religious dividing lines, helping all of us appreciate where our differences of views originate.

课程大纲

Political ideology and its communication through propaganda

Key political concepts – freedom, justice, community, territory, and consumption

The articulation of political ideas through images, texts and objects

Interdisciplinary perspectives on ideology from politics, history, sociology, classics, psychology, and media studies

The relationship between such everyday activities as consumption, cooking, and living in urban spaces with political beliefs

面向人群

This course is designed for anyone with an interest in politics, history and propaganda. No previous experience or qualifications are required.

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