Final school grades (60 %) - Swedish Scholastic Aptitude Test (40 %)
General entry requirements and English 6 or English B
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Application Fee: SEK 900
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About the course:
The course is intended to increase student awareness and literacy concerning detecting and analysing information and propaganda during periods of conflict. As such, it aims to go beyond the façade of military and political conflict in order to understand those factors that influence how the public perceive and react to different wars. This is critical owing to the nature of modern wars, where an information and physical war simultaneously exist. Recent conflicts globally have demonstrated the very high level at which perception manipulation and communication management play in modern war. While information manipulation can be said to constitute an important part of creating a strategic narrative of the war, it also distorts our knowledge about the conflict. The course draws upon a number of cases of contemporary armed conflict, including the use of social media. As a part of the course, students are required to write an independent research report.