CBR 240 Syllabus

CBR 240 Syllabus - SectionA:MWF10:0010:50AMRoom134LSH...

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CBR 240 Survey of Electronic Media Section A: MWF 10:00 – 10:50 AM  Room 134 LSH Section B: M-W  4:30-5:45 PM Room 1114 Mackinac Prof. Alan Bell       Office  LSH 244       Phone   3326      E-mail  <[email protected]> Office hours   Mon & Fri 11–12:00 Noon; TU 3–5:00 PM or  by appointment Brief course description:   Explore the historical, cultural, technological, economic, and political forces that shape  the United States’ system of electronic mass media.  Consider how those media, in turn,  influence the contemporary social landscape.  Assess their potential and actual effects on the  lives of individuals. Goals of course: By the end of the course you will be able to
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...describe the major events and debates which  surrounded the formation of the broadcasting  system as we know it today. ...name several individuals instrumental in the development of electronic media in the US, and  explain their specific contributions. ...speculate intelligently (although even the so-called “experts” have trouble with this) on the  future course of media development. Required text: The Broadcast Century and Beyond: A  Biography of American Broadcasting (3rd ed.).  Boston: Focal ... plus a few handouts (see schedule). Assignments and grading:
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