Digital Culture and Digital Health
The course introduces theories about the impact of digitalisation on health (in the broad sense of the WHO) and culture (understood as a whole way of life). The main focus is on critical and historical perspectives and addresses current examples, such as where digital culture and digital health are thematized and problematized. Furthermore, aspects of digital culture and health from critical, theoretical and historical perspectives are discussed. The course continuously considers issues of gender, gender equality, equality and sustainability.
60 credits, including at least 30 credits in Media and Communications Studies. Exemption of the requirement in Swedish is granted. English 6.
Available for exchange students. Limited numbers of seats.
Language of instruction:
Teaching is in English.