Course Material Developments

C3EU results were discussed in the course EURA 201/301 (under-graduate) “European Identity and Culture: Multicultural Societies of Europe and the European Union” taught by Natalia Chaban at University of Canterbury (New Zealand).

C3EU results were used in the undergraduate (year 4) course “Media Communications. Introduction” taught by Anastasiya Pshenychnykh at the V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine (70 students)

C3EU methods were used to teach under-graduate (4th year) course “Basics of Cognitive Modeling” taught by Svitlana Zhabotynska (Bohdan Khmelnystky Cherkasy National University, Ukraine) to study political perceptions (25 under-graduate students) and conceptual metaphor (30 under-graduate students).

C3EU results were used to develop course materials in the course “Spoken English” 5th year, 9th term, topic “Mass Media in the epoch of globalisation: Ukrainian mass media on European Union” and 6th year, 11th term, topic “Tendencies of countries’ development in the present-day Europe” taught by Olena Morozova at the School of Foreign Languages of the V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University (Ukraine).

C3EU results were discussed in the post-graduate course EURA 402: “The EU in Europe and in the World: The EU’s External Identities” taught by Natalia Chaban at the University of Canterbury (New Zealand).

C3EU methods were discussed in the post-graduate course EURO 480 “Navigating Research: Research Training and Methods in EU Studies” taught by Natalia Chaban, University of Canterbury )(New Zealand).

C3EU results were used to develop course materials in the Master’s course “Spoken English” taught by Viktor Velivchenko at the School of Foreign Languages of Bohdan Khmelnytsky National University of Cherkasy (Ukraine) for the following courses: “Mass Media as the Fourth Power: Ukrainian Mass Media on European Union” (5th year, 9th term) and “European integration of Ukraine: Perspectives and Realities” (6th year, 11th term).

C3EU methods were used in the post-graduate (6th year) Master’s courses “New Trends in Word Studies” taught by Svitlana Zhabotynska at the Bohdan Khmelnistky Cherkasy National University (Ukraine). The C3EU methods were used for the analysis of mass media data concerned with political concepts representing Ukraine – EU relations (12 students) and mass media data concerned with conceptual metaphors in mass media narratives on Ukraine – EU relations (8 students).

C3EU methods were discussed in the Master’s course “Language as a Means of Influencing Consciousness” (6th year, 11th term) taught by Viktor Velivchenko at the School of Foreign Languages of Bohdan Khmelnytsky National University of Cherkasy (Ukraine) to explain how language affects personal worldview, shapes perceptions and attitudes through evoking emotions as well as how language affects information processing, accentuation and assessment, construing different versions of the same fact or event.

C3EU methods were used for course works (year 4) and Master thesis (year 6) that analysed the images of the EU and Ukraine in the European Internet outlets, taught and supervised by Anastasiya Pshenychnykh at the V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University (Ukraine).

C3EU results and methods were used in the graduate (Master) and postgraduate (Doctoral) courses “Research Design” (RESM 6320 and RESM 8320) and “Multivariate Statistics” (RESM 6130 and RESM 8130) taught by Svitalana Beltyukova (University of Toledo, US) to explain complex variables and analyses.