COMM-365 Digital Media and Culture (3)


This course examines the role that digital media technologies play in culture and society. It presents historical and contemporary theories about how digital media enable practices through which individual identity is formed, social relations manifest, political discourse occurs, and economic power flows. It draws attention to the significance of digital media in reinforcing legacies of oppression and structures of marginalization, as well as their potential for social activism and change. AU Core Integrative Requirement: Diversity and Equity. Usually Offered: fall, spring, and summer. Restriction: SOC majors  and minimum 2.5 GPA.

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