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1. Research and describe contemporary digital policy issues
2. Demonstrate familiarity with national, EU, and international regulatory frameworks in their social and cultural contexts
3. Understand and explain how and why the following issues matter in digital policy arenas: social, economic, cultural rights, human and legal rights
4. Demonstrate knowledge of the technical, human, and organisational dimensions of policy making
Drawing on the state of the art in social science, policy analysis, law, ethics, and design, this module will provide a multidisciplinary introduction to current challenges, debates, and approaches to designing, implementing, and developing policy for different organisational and technological contexts. Topics will include the policy process, current trends and issues in policy making, industry, academic, and civil society organisation perspectives. Module will include lectures, group discussions, and hands-on activities.
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Not applicable to this module.
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• Feedback individually to students, post-assessment
Feedback on each case study and the policy briefing will be delivered through the Brightspace VLE after the project is submitted.