com340 | undergraduate
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Explain the historical and contemporary roles of books.
- Assess the past, present, and future of magazines in society.
- Summarize the historical and current impact of newspapers on society.
Research in Mass Communication
- Summarize the history of modern media research.
- Assess the role of research in contemporary mass communication.
- Critique issues and controversies in contemporary mass communication.
- Explain the influence of movies on society.
- Critique the role of television in mass communication.
- Evaluate the impact of the Internet on communication in society.
- Assess the impact of recordings on society.
- Analyze the role of radio in mass communication.
Information, Persuasion, and Mass Communication
- Analyze the impact of electronic news.
- Assess the influence of the practice of public relations.
- Critique the role of advertising in contemporary society.
Mass Media in the Communication Context
- Summarize the roles of mass communication in global society.
- Explain media literacy.
- Analyze contemporary media industries.
- Critique the rights and responsibilities of the mass media.
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