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Course Code etc
Academic Year 2023
College College of Sociology
Course Code DE436
Theme・Subtitle
Class Format Online (partially face-to-face)
Campus Ikebukuro
Semester Spring Semester
DayPeriod・Room Fri.4・5222
Credit 2
Course Number CMS3110
Language Japanese
Notes
Text Code DE436

【Course Objectives】

Objectives to be attained through this class
(1) To be able to engage in digital journalism using data from the web or various social surveys (large-scale data).

(2) Acquire media literacy and judgment of information from domestic and international news and digital media Acquire skills.

(3) Build a base to engage in web research on topics of personal interest and concern.

(4) To have an awareness of issues regarding the digital divide and the division of discourse in society between those with and without digital skills, which is created by differences in information literacy and other factors.

(4) To have an awareness of issues related to the digital divide and the division of social discourse between people with and without digital skills created by differences in information literacy.

(5) Raise security awareness and problem consciousness on social networking sites.

(6) To gain knowledge and awareness of digital transformation and the Digital Rural City concept.


Since the spread of public network devices around the world, the opportunities for decision-making and consensus building that transcend spatio-temporal constraints have enormously increased.
Research in the field of Web Science, which understands the mechanisms of social phenomena that have been difficult to visualize and quantify, has been growing rapidly. Research and development that applies those disciplines and leads to social implementation has been proposed as one of the fields of data science, and has been progressing gradually.
Therefore, we would like to learn about the changes in information on the Web and the changes in the information media surrounding them from a historical background through a data science approach.

【Course Contents】

We mainly approach the history of the Web, research methods for research, and familiar information literacy. The content is a combination of class materials, texts, images, and videos. In addition, it progresses while sharing the questionnaire results (real time) created by the class participants.

※Please refer to Japanese Page for details including evaluations, textbooks and others.