Upper level seminar on specialized topics relating to journalism media studies. Examples of recent topics: Covering the World, Design for the World Wide Web, History of Sports Journalism.
Analyzes debates about media and cultural globalization, and theories about international media.
The purpose of this course is to provide a critical understanding of popular culture’s role in society.
This course examines the exciting world of law and policy relevant to digital media: the Internet, mobile media, and social media.
The course will address such timely questions as:
This course demonstrates the importance of reputation management as a practice to better ensure organizational health and mitigate risk by augmenting crisis/risk management work.
What is social impact? How does social impact further the work of NGOs/organizations seeking to do good? What is the benefit in terms of corporate reputation? How is it measured?
Leaders are often in the position of bringing about change. In the study of organizations and leadership, change is a critical topic.
International public relations is practiced by all types of private, public, nonprofit, activist, non-governmental organizations and institutions.