MEDIA SYSTEMS AND PROCESSES Syllabus

MEDIA SYSTEMS AND PROCESSES Syllabus - MEDIA SYSTEMS AND...

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MEDIA SYSTEMS AND PROCESSES 189:102 Steven Miller OFFICE HOURS in SCILS 102 : Monday 9-9:45 am and 4-5 pm; Wednesday- 9-11:15 am Thursday- 9-9:45 am; Friday 1:00-2:00 pm E-MAIL : stmiller@scils.rutgers.edu ; OFFICE PHONE : 732-932-7500 x8165 SCILS Undergraduate Student Services Phone : 732-932-7500 x8150 COURSE DESCRIPTION This is an introductory course designed to present modern mass media and communication theory to students for examination. Television, radio, film, newspapers, magazines and other prominent media have become the foci of society as we know it and, as such, are the concentration of the course. Daily, millions interact with these media for information (news and education) and entertainment. Each year telecommunication and print-related corporations spend billions of dollars keeping current with trends in public opinion and taste in an effort to attract ever-larger audiences. This course will explore the developmental, historical, socio- economic and political contexts, and ramifications of mass media as they relate to the American and global societies. COURSE OBJECTIVES 1. To trace the history and development of print and telecommunications media as they relate to the publics they serve. 2.
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