Comm 200 - Syllabus

Comm 200 - Syllabus - COMM 200: Communication in Society...

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Unformatted text preview: COMM 200: Communication in Society Winter 2008 Professor: Dr. William “Chip” Eveland Office: 3139 Derby Hall Office hours: Tuesday & Thursday, 3:30-4:30pm or by appt. Phone: (614) 247-6004 Email: [email protected] Lecture Times: Tuesday & Thursday, 1:30 - 3:18 Lecture Location: Independence Hall Room 0100 Course Web site URL: available at Course Description Communication in Society provides an overview of some of the major theories guiding our understanding of communication in various contexts (i.e., interpersonal, small group, organizational, mass mediated, intercultural, etc.). The primary goals of this course include developing your abilities to (1) comprehend major theories of communication; (2) understand the nature of theory in general and communication theory in particular, (3) critique communication theory through the application of specific criteria and standards, and (4) apply communication theory to real-world problems. Teaching Assistants Your Last Name: A thru G H thru O P thru Z TA Name: Laurel Gleason Wendy Guo Caryn Ragin Office #: 3049 Derby Hall 3055 Derby Hall 3049 Derby Hall Phone: 292-2756 292-7566 292-2756 Email: [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] Office hours: (or by appt) Tuesdays 9:30am - 12:30pm Wednesdays 9:30am - 12:30pm Thursdays 9:30am - 12:30pm Each student in the course is assigned a teaching assistant (TA) who will be your primary contact in this class (TAs are assigned according to the first letter of your last name, see above). Although you are free to contact me, sending an email to one of your TAs with any questions or concerns about the class – including grades – will expedite a response as they keep the records. However, calling or emailing a TA at the last moment does not shift your responsibility for completing an assigned task, and please do not expect a response “ASAP” simply because you waited until the last moment (i.e., please allow 24-48 hours for a response). You are also free to see any of the TAs (or me) during office hours, as we are aware that you might not be able to attend your primary TA’s office hours. Please note that during peak periods of the quarter (e.g., immediately prior to an exam) office hours tend to be very busy, so please plan accordingly....
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course COMM 200 taught by Professor Williams during the Winter '08 term at Ohio State.

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