Aims and Fit of Module
This module aims to develop through practical and critical contextual work a critical understanding of the economic theories and models of creative and aesthetic consumptions.
Students will learn the academic research skills and methods to analyse and apply the ecomonic perspective onto the needs and supply of creative and aesthetic production.
A Employ critically the traditional or practice-based research methods to conduct critical research inquiry into creative and aesthetics economy
B Produce original written work that reflects the critical understanding of creative- and aesthetics-driven economic development
C Evaluate critically the creative consumption trends through historical and contemporary critical theory
Method of teaching and learning
This module will be delivered through a combination of lectures, tutorials and seminars.