Course Detail
Course Components:
This course draws on economics, communication, political science, law, cultural studies, philosophy, sociology, and science and technology studies to analyze national media systems and global communication networks. It examines such issues as: What is the best way to structure a media and communications system? Who should have access to it? How will it be funded? Who decided its content? What values, including identity and culture, are expressed by its structure? How does media interact with democracy and political power?