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CHANGE PROCESSES Tourism development and planning

Jasper de Vries, Raoul Beunen I CPT-25806 | English | 2WD 3WD This course is provided at Breda University of Applied Sciences and follows a different academic schedule. This course deals with the interplay between tourism development and regional planning. It will acquaint students with the theories, methods and practices of tourism development and planning. From a communication perspective the course addresses the tools for analysing the particularities of the context, methods and strategies for involving various stakeholders, and the instruments through which policies and practices influencing the region and its development can be coordinated. This course is given at Breda University of Applied Sciences and follows a different academic schedule.

Facilitating interactive processes

Annemarie van Paassen | CPT-60306 | English | 3WD Awarded Excellent Education Prize 2016. To deal with the complexity of rural development, social welfare and public health problems, standardised learning processes often prove inadequate. This course aims at equipping ‘new’ professionals with facilitation skills and knowledge. Through interactive lecturing, group work, case studies, presentations and role plays, the course enhances your capacity to translate conceptual ideas into actual intervention practice.

Risk communication

Marijn Poortvliet | CPT-24306 | English | 4WD This course provides insight into theoretical and practical-strategic matters of risk communication. Special attention will be given to life science hazards such as climate change, food (production), zoonoses, and water management and life science technologies like biotechnology, genomics and nanotechnology. You will work on multi-stakeholder analysis on the topic of a particular hazard in order to analyse and understand how risk communication takes place in practice.

Interventions for health behaviour change

Joanne Leerlooijer | CPT-32306 | English | 5MO This course focuses on communication in the context of efforts to prevent diseases, promote healthy practices and/or induce changes in physical, social and institutional environments that influence human health. You apply the theoretical notions in the analysis of an existing health communication intervention.

Communication strategies in everyday life

Hedwig te Molder | CPT-33306 | English | 5MO The course is concerned with the study of real-life interaction (discursive psychology) and its application to life science areas such as healthy food and vaccination, the environment and eHealth counselling. Online/offline interaction with stakeholders or publics is now at the heart of most policy processes. In this course you learn to analyse interaction and to facilitate it.

Change, inter-human processes and communication

Jasper de Vries | CPT-32806 | English | 5AF In this course we try to understand change and change management by analysing how people actually communicate when they are confronted with new developments. Starting from a complexity approach, we will focus on a range of inter-human processes, as they emerge in interpersonal communication. In a paper, you analyse a real-life issue from a dynamic communication perspective.

Internet-based communication and learning for social change

Tim Stevens | CPT-53806 | English | 5AF This course investigates the role of online media in the life-science domains. We use communication and learning theories to understand planned and unplanned change. Students design a digital application that addresses a communication challenge and write an individual essay.

Designing communication interventions

Joanne Leerlooijer | CPT-13306 | Dutch | 6MO In this course students learn to develop, design and evaluate communication interventions in a scientifically sound manner. In small groups, you choose your own topic and write a communication plan to address a real-life problem, for example related to climate change, nature conservation, sustainability or health.

Science communication 2.0

Hedwig te Molder | CPT-39303 | English | 6AF While still considered authoritative domains, science and technology have also become contested areas. Experts are open to challenge just for being experts. How come, and what does this development mean for the ways in which science is communicated in society? The course focuses on master students who are interested in the public communication of science and technology. Throughout the course we translate the insights to different domains of science and technology, such as nanoscience, food technology and biotechnology.

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At Communication, Philosophy and Technology, of Wageningen University, we examine how societal stakeholders and policy-makers make sense of...

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At Communication, Philosophy and Technology, of Wageningen University, we examine how societal stakeholders and policy-makers make sense of...

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