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Thesis

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Thesis topics

For Bachelor Students

Tamás BOKOR

  • Ethics of digital network media
  • Digital pedagogy
  • The effects of artificial intelligence in society

Ágnes VESZELSZKI

  • Self-branding and opinion-leaders
  • The role of language in marketing
  • Memes, memetics

Tamás TÓTH

  • Political communication
  • Populism: a tool in political communication
  • Global inequalities in knowledge production

Andrea KÁRPÁTI

  • Visual communication
  • Fashion communication: historic and contemporary trends
  • Exhibition communication: museums, galleries, commercial exhibitions
  • Szociális hátránnyal élő fiatalok támogatása kommunikációs képzéssel

Eszter DELI

  • Visual rhetoric, adverising, film
  • New media, internet, social platforms
  • Political rhetoric in public communication
  • Rhetoric, argumentation, fallacies
  • Intercultural communication

Ágnes HAVRIL

  • Intercultural communication: interdependence of language use and culture
  • Verbal, nonverbal and ritual communication in the intercultural communication interactions
  • Culture shock, cultural diversity, cultural integration in the globalized tertiary education
  • Culture and identity: immigration; acculturation; language use;
  • Gender based communication (gender and language use)
  • Constructs of worldviews: cultures of the Middle-East; culture and religion, ritual communication

Alexandra BÉNI

  • Visual communication: framing, multimodality etc.
  • News media and representations

Lajos KOVÁCS

  • Motion picture: analysis, techniques and esthetics
  • Series, Advertisings, YouTube and TikTok videos, Influencers
  • Organizational Communication: internal + external
  • Societal visual represantations: campaigns, bills

Gergő HÁLÓ

  • Communication as participation

Aizhamal Muratalieva

  • Xenophobia and racism in media
  • Migrants, minorities and media
  • Identity and self-representation in social media

Orsolya MAGOSI

  • Environmental and climate communication
  • Generational research
  • Social media (activism, message construction, engagements etc.)

Evelin HORVÁTH

  • Visual communication in the world of New Media: image manipulation, CGI-technology, digital photography

Lilla P. SZABÓ

  • Political communication and language use

Ágnes VIRÁG

  • Central and Eastern European Visual Politics (political cartoon, political art, poster)

Márton RÉTVÁRI

  • Video games and their influence
  • Esports
  • Virtual reality
  • Digital marketing practices

Gábor KOVÁCS

  • Psycholinguistic approaches to communication
  • Intercultural differences in communicative behaviour
  • Quantitative analysis of media content
  • Personality and attitudes in interpersonal communication
  • Family communication

Antal SZÁNTAY

  • Economic and social history of communication and media
  • Films and History
  • History of popular music
  • Digital Humanities

Beste Naz Özkan

  • Organizational Communication
  • Strategic Communication
  • Corporate Culture

Aleksandra Zivanovic

  • Fashion communication
  • Environmental communication

Milson Veloso

  • Visual mobile communication
  • Social media studies

Judit SEBESTÉNY

  • Family communication, media portrayals of the family

Veronika PELLE

  • Media literacy, digital competencies
  • Formal and informal media education
  • New media communication

For Master students

Tamás BOKOR

  • Digital network media: integrity, ethics
  • Digital pedagogy, media awareness
  • The social effects of artificial intelligence

Ágnes VESZELSZKI

  • Science communication
  • Wine communication
  • The role of language in marketing

Tamás TÓTH

  • Analyzing political attitudes and contents
  • Populism: an ideology, a strategy, or a political communication style?
  • Global inequalities in knowledge production

Andrea KÁRPÁTI

  • History of visual communication: genres and methods of communicating through images in an age of cultural history
  • Design Thinking in a cultural communication projects: a model for strategic planning
  • Visual communication: assessment of a cultural project and analyis of its impact
  • Fashion communication: messages of current and historic trends, communication strategies of big labels

Antal SZÁNTAY

  • Economic and social history of communication and media
  • Films and History
  • History of popular music
  • Digital Humanities

Milson Veloso

  • Youth communication practices in the digital culture
  • Instagram and visual self-presentation

Eszter DELI

  • Visual rhetoric, adverising, film
  • New media, internet, social platforms
  • Political rhetoric in public communication
  • Rhetoric, argumentation, fallacies
  • Intercultural communication

Ágnes HAVRIL

  • Intercultural communication: interdependence of language use and culture
  • Verbal, nonverbal and ritual communication in the intercultural communication interactions
  • Culture shock, cultural diversity, cultural integration in the globalized tertiary education
  • Culture and identity: immigration; acculturation; language use
  • Gender based communication (gender and language use)
  • Constructs of worldviews: Cultures of the Middle-East; culture and religion
  • Future studies/Scenario genre in journalism
  • Future studies/Scenarios of Education; Poverty and Inequality; Gender roles; Arts; Virtual communication; Transport; Generation Alpha… Individually agreed topic

Gábor KOVÁCS

  • Cognitive processes in communication
  • Memory for media messages
  • The effect of nonverbal communicative signals on attention, thinking and speech
  • Content analysis of new media messages
  • Communication in romantic relationships

Judit SEBESTÉNY

  • Family communication, media portrayals of the family

Alexandra BÉNI

  • Visual communication: framing, multimodality etc.
  • News media and representations

Lajos KOVÁCS

  • Motion picture: analysis, techniques and esthetics
  • Series, Advertisings, YouTube and TikTok videos, Influencers
  • Organizational Communication: internal + external
  • Societal visual represantations: campaigns, bills

Lilla P. SZABÓ

  • Political communication and language use
  • Multimodal political communication

Réka BENCZES

  • Metaphor and metonymy (conceptual, visual, etc.)
  • Framing and categorization
  • Speech acts in discourse
  • Politeness (in social media, political communication, corporate communication, etc.)

Ágnes VIRÁG

  • Central and Eastern European Visual Politics (political cartoon, political art, poster)

Veronika PELLE

  • Media literacy, digital competencies
  • Formal and informal media education
  • New media communication

Márton RÉTVÁRI

  • Video games and their influence
  • Esports
  • Virtual reality
  • Digital marketing practices

Instruction for completing the Thesis Proposal

  1. From this semester, the thesis topic must be proposed both on BA and MA level on Neptun electronic learning management system. Here, all students must name the supervisor, provide the working title of the future thesis, and give a short draft about the topic in the Neptun form.
  2. The final title of your finished thesis need not be fully identical to the working title you provide in the proposal. Writing a thesis is a lengthy and complex process: it is quite natural that your initial ideas undergo some changes as you are conducting your research, and such changes often require a reformulation of the title (or the addition of a subtitle to indicate a narrower focus).
  3. The abstract you provide here must be a concise summary of the topic and the key objectives of your thesis. Explain why your chosen topic is important to study, state your research questions, and describe your current ideas about the research method(s) you plan to use, and the results you expect to obtain. The abstract should be written in formal English, and the language should be straightforward and readable. Make sure the abstract does not contain any typing/spelling errors, grammar mistakes or inaccuracies in terminology. The abstract must not contain images, figures or tables.
  4. The length of the abstract must be between 250–300 words and it may be divided into 2–4 paragraphs.
  5. You must list at least 3 sources you are going to cite in your thesis. All sources you provide here must be directly related to your topic and must come from the academic literature: i.e. articles from peer reviewed journals, or monographs, handbooks, textbooks written to an academic (rather than general) audience. All items must be formatted according to the criteria of APA Reference Style, 7th Edition (see here).

Instructor

  • An external supervisor can be requested if the lecturers of the department are notable to undertake more theses. In this case, the permission of the Head of Department is required.
  • PhD students can also be requested as supervisors by students.

Deadline for submitting the thesis

  • Communiation and Media Science BA/MA (Hungarian and English): Monday, 2 May 2022, 16:00
  • The thesis has to be uploded to the Neptun System.

Documents

For Bachelor students

Communication and Media Science BSc

Thesis Guide COM/BSc
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For Master students

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Thesis Guide COM/MSc
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