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Cultural Organisations Management – Thematic Units

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DPM50: The Dimensions of Cultural Phenomena

Unit Code: DPM50
ECTS Credits: 24
Unit Type: Compulsory
Year in which it is offered: First (1st)
Language of instruction:Greek

Module Outline

General description of the unit: The aim of the unit is:

  • To introduce the basic concepts of culture, cultural industries and cultural activity in Greece and Europe.
  • To explore the ways in which cultural reality and cultural contexts are shaped in the Greek, European and global cultural scene.
  • To refer to the structure of culture and the development of cultural institutions.
  • To present the institutional framework and the development of cultural phenomena.
  • To explore the contribution of cultural contexts to the formation of new development systems for culture.
  • To briefly introduce the new development trends and important considerations of establishing culture in the era of digital communication.
  • To examine and analyse the development of cultural industries and cultural institutions in the 21st century.

Learning Outcomes: The learning objectives of the “Cultural Phenomena” (DPM50) unit are:

  • To understand the basic concepts of culture, cultural industry and cultural activity in Greece and Europe.
  • To explore the ways in which cultural reality and cultural contexts are shaped in Greek, European and global cultural affairs.
  • To examine the structure of culture, the institutional framework and the development of cultural industries, organisations, institutions, bodies
  • To analyse the new trends in the cultural environment and the role of culture in the era of digital communication.
  • To develop their research skills and critical thinking.

Cognitive Subjects of the Unit:

  • Cultural Theory
  • National and International Cultural Policy
  • Contemporary Issues of Culture & Cultural Policy

Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this unit.

Evaluation: Completion of four (4) written assignments during the academic year, the average of the grades of which contributes to the final grade of the unit by 30%, if it is eligible for the final or re-examinations. Final written examinations, the grade of which contributes to the final grade of the unit by 70%.

DPM51: Cultural Policy and Adminitration

Unit Code: DPM51
ECTS Credits: 24
Unit Type: Compulsory
Year in which it is offered: First (1st)
Language of instruction:Greek

Module Outline

General description of the unit: The aim of the unit:

  • To introduce the basic concepts of management, strategy, organization and administration of cultural units in the environment of cultural industries.
  • To explore the ways in which cultural policy and cultural management contribute significantly to the development of cultural units in the cultural industries landscape.
  • To report on the structure of cultural policy and cultural management in cultural units.
  • To examine the institutional framework for cultural management and cultural policy of cultural units in the landscape of cultural industries.
  • To explore the contribution of managers in the development and formulation of strategies and policies for cultural units.
  • To briefly introduce important institutional, regulatory and public interest considerations for the development of cultural policy in the digital age.
  • To examine and analyse the development of policies for culture, cultural management and administration of cultural units in the landscape of cultural industries in the 21st century.

Learning Outcomes:The learning objectives of the Thematic Unit “Cultural Policy and Administration” (DPM51) are:

  • To help students understand the basic concepts of cultural management and administration, cultural policy in the era of digital globalization.
  • To explore the ways in which scientific research on cultural policy and management influences the development of systems for the organization, management and promotion of cultural units in the Greek, European and global cultural goods community.
  • To examine the systems of organisation and management of cultural units, the institutional framework for the protection of cultural goods (products and services) and the cultural contexts for the development of cultural activities in the information and knowledge society.
  • Analyse new trends in cultural policy, management and administration of cultural units, the principles of general (public) interest of goods and the production and management of cultural activities.
  • To develop their research skills and critical thinking on cultural policy and management of cultural institutions, institutions and cultural production and management bodies.

Cognitive Subjects of the unit:

  • Cultural Policy and Administration of Cultural Institutions
  • Cultural Management and Models of Cultural Activities
  • Cultural Policy Strategies and Protection of Cultural Assets

Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this unit.

Evaluation: Completion of four (4) written assignments during the academic year, the average of the grades of which contributes to the final grade of the unit by 30%, if it is eligible for the final or re-examinations. Final written examinations, the grade of which contributes to the final grade of the unit by 70%.

DPM60: Economics of Culture

Unit Code: DPM60
ECTS Credits: 24
Unit Type: Compulsory
Year in which it is offered: Second (2nd)
Language of instruction:Greek

Module Outline

General description of the unit: The aim of the unit is:

  • To introduce the basic concepts of cultural and economic management of cultural units in the environment of cultural industries.
  • To explore the methods and issues of cultural and economic planning and programming.
  • To refer to the structure of economic and cultural management of cultural units.
  • To examine the institutional framework for the cultural economy and the ways in which cultural units are financed and resourced.
  • To explore the contribution of managers to the development and formulation of effective policies for the funding of cultural units.
  • To briefly introduce important considerations about the forms of funding for cultural units and cultural marketing in the era of digital communication and knowledge.
  • To examine and analyse the development of strategic and innovative models for resource management, cultural value and sponsorship in cultural units.

Learning Outcomes:

  • To help students understand the cultural and economic context of the development, management and administration of cultural units.
  • To explore the ways in which scientific research on the relationship between culture, economy and cultural goods contribute to the development of the cultural market in the era of digital globalisation.
  • Examine the systems of economic management of cultural units and the institutional framework for financing cultural goods (e.g. cultural sponsorship, grants, etc.) in Greece and Europe.
  • Analyse new trends in cultural economy and cultural investment in the information and knowledge society.
  • To develop their research skills and critical thinking on the relationship between culture and economy.

Cognitive Subjects of the Unit:

  • Financial Management of Cultural Institutions
  • Resources of Cultural Institutions
  • Methods of financing cultural institutions

Prerequisites: It has as a prerequisite unit DPM51

Evaluation: Completion of four (4) written assignments during the academic year, the average of the grades of which contributes to the final grade of the unit by 30%, if it is eligible for the final or re-examinations. Final written examinations, the grade of which contributes to the final grade of the unit by 70%.

DPM61: Cultural Communication

Unit Code: DPM61
ECTS Credits: 24
Unit Type: Compulsory
Year in which it is offered: Second (2nd)
Language of instruction:Greek

Module Outline

General description of the unit: The aim of the unit is:

  • To understand the role of communication in cultural reflection and practice.
  • To understand the multilevel role of communication in cultural activity, with the aim of acquiring knowledge for a critical approach to the practices one is called upon to apply to address problems related to culture.
  • To understand the interconnected relationship between culture and communication, through the treatment of the cultural phenomenon as a broad social function, where communication as a decisive lever for the birth, transmission and reproduction of cultural acts appears to occupy an important place in the context of social reality.
  • The examination of the mechanisms of communication, theoretical communication models, communication strategies, as well as communication methods.
  • The examination of methods and techniques of market research and public opinion polling, an essential tool for designing an appropriate strategy, as well as for understanding the needs of the public and at the same time raising their awareness of cultural practices.
  • The understanding of marketing practice in the field of culture and arts, where issues related to research and marketing planning in cultural units, the consideration of cultural goods as a product and the issue of distribution of cultural goods are analysed.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Students will understand the basic concepts of cultural communication and promotion of cultural units in the information and knowledge society.
  • To explore the ways in which scientific research on the visibility, promotion and public interests in cultural units contribute to the more effective promotion of cultural organisations in the information and communication technologies and in the information and communication technologies.
  • Examine the role of cultural communication in cultural organisations in Greece and Europe.
  • To analyse the new trends in cultural communication and promotion of cultural units.
  • To develop their research skills and critical thinking for the promotion and promotion of cultural units.

Cognitive Subjects of the Unit:

  • Principles and methods of communication
  • Principles and principles of cultural communication and promotion.
  • Principles and principles of communication strategies and strategies for the promotion of cultural institutions

Prerequisites: Has as a prerequisite the unit DPM51

Evaluation: Completion of four (4) written assignments during the academic year, the average of the grades of which contributes to the final grade of the unit by 30%, if it is eligible for the final or re-examinations. Final written examinations, the grade of which contributes to the final grade of the unit by 70%.

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