COMM 1154 102 - Intro to Mass Communications
An introductory, yet critical examination of the historical development, and paramount economic, legal/policy, ethical, political, and social effects issues concerned with mass media, i.e., books, newspapers, magazines, recordings, radio, movies, television, the internet, public relations, and advertising. Particular attention given to competition, convergence, and mass media's impact on society, as well as society's impact on mass media.
School of Comm, Film & Media
||Distance Learning Technology
||JAN 09, 2023
||MAY 09, 2023
|| TUE THR
||Time of Day
||02:00 pm - 03:15 pm
|Instructor(s):Camilla V. Gant
||Open Seats:5 of 25 as of 12/06/2023 11:49:17
||Instructional Method: 95-99% Online Douglasville (FD)
This course will meet synchronously online on select Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:00-3:15pm. You must be able to be online during these days and times. Attendance is strongly encouraged in-person during the first class meeting only in Room 2 at Douglasville Conference Center, 6700 Church Street. Cross-listed with COMM 1154 (101).
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