Examines interactions between media and political institutions, actors and processes, in light of theories of journalism, communication and political practice.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Understand theories of globalization and contexts through which cultural experiences, information, and ideologies are mediated by a range of media.
- Analyze and evaluate the negotiations and dynamics of power through which institutions, producers, and users mobilize using these media technologies.
- Research, write, and digitally present emerging issues, uncover, and critique these dynamics.