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Perspectives on Capital: Financial, Physical, Human and Social

Assignment

1,500-1,600 Word essay (word count doesn’t include intro and refference)

Selecting an example business, or market opportunity, please analyse the types of capital, and their flows, which may influence the success or failure of that business / opportunity.

 

You may want to focus on the dynamic and, if appropriate, the digital elements of capital make up, in order to demonstrate your understanding of the course material.

 

Consider competitors and challenges in regard to access to, and/or acquisition of capital, as well as it’s maintenance, enhancement and exchange.

 

Please reference the course readings to support your answer, along with appropriate outside research.

 

The general reading selection and lectures contain multiple potential example businesses that could form the basis for your evaluation.

 

Please use the Harvard style for referencing and bibliography.

Goals and Crucial Components

  • Opportunity
  • Evidenced Argument – Critical Analysis
  • Definitions and Premise / Conclusions
  • Necessary Conditions – Clear Aim and Structure)

Marking scheme:

Marking will be in accordance with the general IMS undergraduate marking rubric:

  1. Answer. (Does the coursework address the question/issue or meet the assigned aims and 
keep on topic? Is there a comprehensive understanding of the topic?)
  2. Structure. Intro, Main part, Conclusion, Reference. Intro, conclusion and reference doesn’t included in word count (Is the structure clear and material presented in a well argued, coherent and 
synthesised manner?)
  3. Writing Style. (Is the writing fluent and of a good standard with few errors in spelling, 
punctuation or grammar?)
  4. Level of Reading. (Is the topic well researched and supported? Is there evidence of using a 
range of high quality sources?)

 

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Assessment Rubric:

Students’ written work will be assessed in a manner appropriate to the requirements of any particular assignment.

 

In relation to assessed written coursework students are assessed with regard to:

 

  1. An ability to write lucidly and with focused relevance.
  2. An ability to identify and examine key issues in relation to the work in hand.
  3. An ability to draw upon and evaluate primary and secondary sources as appropriate.
  4. An ability to sustain a critical response through the development of coherent analysis.
  5. Evidence of insight, intelligence and stylistic aptitude in presenting written criticism.
  6. An ability to present the required work in a clear and appropriate form.

 

Perspectives On Capital: Financial, Physical, Human and Social

General Reading List

 

Specific readings are assigned for each week underneath the topic introductions, to be read in advance of the lecture. This general list provides further information, background and examples for understanding the lecture content and provides a resource for course assignments. The pertinence of each reading will be specifically addressed in class. All readings should be available as open free resources online.

 

Connected Viewing Initiative. 2012-15. Yearly Reports. University of California Santa Barbara / Warner Bros. Digital. http://www.carseywolf.ucsb.edu/mip/cvi

 

Cunningham, S. and Flew, T., 2015. Reconsidering Media Economics: From Orthodoxies to Heterodoxies. Media Industries2(1).

http://www.mediaindustriesjournal.org/index.php/mij/article/view/92

 

Jenkins, H., Ford, S. and Green, J., 2013. Spreadable media: Creating value and meaning in a networked culture. NYU Press. Online Resource Essays: http://spreadablemedia.org/essays/

 

La Torre, M., 2014. The Economics of the Audiovisual Industry: Financing TV, Film and Web. Springer. [Available via Creative Commons].

 

Nesta. 2016. (Juan Mateos-Garcia and Hasan Bakhshi) The Geography of Creativity in the UK Creative clusters.

http://www.nesta.org.uk/sites/default/files/the_geography_of_creativity_in_the_uk.pdf

 

Swedberg, R., 2005. The economic sociology of capitalism: An introduction and agenda. The economic sociology of capitalism, pp.3-40. http://press.princeton.edu/chapters/s7995.html

 

Vogel, H.L., 2014. Entertainment industry economics: A guide for financial analysis. Cambridge University Press. [Goldsmiths Library – multiple versions]

 

 

N.B. Further References and Resources related to each week’s topic are included in the lecture slides (5-6pw), and are additional to the set readings and those included here.

 

The concepts that were discussed on lectures are from that books. On the lecture were introduced the core tenets of Bourdieu’s theory of capital and its interpretation by Townley.

 

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Reading:

Townley, B. Grewar, M. and Winter, J. 2013. Thinking in capital Mode. ESRC Research Capacity Building Clusters Conference Position Paper.

 

 

Alexander, J.C., 2011. Market as narrative and character: For a cultural sociology of economic life. Journal of cultural economy, 4(4), pp.477-488.

 

Allee, V., 2008. Value network analysis and value conversion of tangible and intangible assets. Journal of intellectual capital9(1), pp.5-24. [Available via academia.edu.]

 

Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales, Corporate Finance Faculty (2015). Creative Industries – Routes to Finance.

http://www.icaew.com/-/media/corporate/files/technical/corporate-finance/corporate-finance-faculty/creative-industries-routes-to-finance.ashx


Uzzi, B., 1999. Embeddedness in the making of financial capital: How social relations and networks benefit firms seeking financing. American sociological review, pp.481-505. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2657252?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents

Walker, J., 2009. Accounting in a Nutshell: Accounting for the Non-specialist. Butterworth-Heinemann. (Chs 1-3)  https://www.dawsonera.com/abstract/9780080943152  %5BVia Primo  ArticleSearch+ you will need to log in ]

 

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