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Prerequisites: COMM 2300 or 2600; ENGL 1007 or 1010 or 1011 or 2011.
Grading Basis: Graded
History, analysis and evaluation of technique, content and aesthetic effect of media messages. Cultural, political, economic, and institutional factors that help define the grammar of popular mass media content; social scientific perspectives addressing how audiences learn to comprehend media content including efforts to promote media literacy. Formerly offered as COMM 2310W.
Last Refreshed: 07-DEC-22 05.20.26.045302 AM
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|1235 1115 SS1 10||10||1115||0/19||Summer 2023||SS1||Online|