This course examines children’s and adolescents’ interactions with media and technology and their influence on communication and social development.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Use communication theories and concepts to analyze human behavior (specifically: interpersonal, family, and group settings).
- Gather and use evidence to study and understand communication processes and consequences (including asking questions and systematically attempting to answer them, understanding the value and limitations of the research processes and conclusions).
- Write and orally communicate in varied settings (specifically: interpersonal, family, group, and mediated settings).
- Apply communication theories and concepts to social and professional life (including issues of diversity, ethics and civic engagement).