BTMM 1011 Course Syllabus 2010 Fall

BTMM 1011 Course Syllabus 2010 Fall - B TMM 1011 I...

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BTMM 1011 Introduction to Mass Communication Theory Fall 2010 Section 001 Section 003 Wednesday and Friday Wednesday 12:00 – 1:50 pm 5:30 – 8:50 pm Gladfelter Hall L024 TUCC 418 Instructor Dr. John Edward Campbell Office: Tomlinson 219 Phone: 215-204-1926 E-mail: campbell@temple.edu Office Hours: Wednesdays & Fridays, 2:15 – 4:30 pm Teaching Assistants Angela Cirucci (amc718@gmail.com) Kelly George (kelly.george@temple.edu) Hojeong Lee (hojeong.lee@temple.edu) This class surveys key theoretical approaches to understanding human communicative behavior with an emphasis on forms of mediated communication. This course will endeavor to explain what theory is and what role it plays in our society. Upon completion of this course, students should be able to: Identify and explain key theoretical models of human communication Identify the function of theory in the field of communication Identify the utilities and limitations of various theoretical models Demonstrate a fluency in the terminology used in the study of human communication Distinguish between theory and methodology and the role each plays in the study of human communication Distinguish between quantitative and qualitative methodologies Write effectively about theoretical frameworks and communication phenomena Employ various theoretical models in the rudimentary analysis of communication events Employ the scholarly conventions of citing and referencing
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BTMM 1011: Mass Communication Theory Page 2 of 13 Instructor Expectations Students are expected to have completed all the readings for a week prior to the class meeting and enthusiastically participate in class discussions. It is vital that those students unclear on a particular concept take the initiative to raise questions and seek clarification before the class moves onto new material. As class material is cumulative, failure to understand any of the key concepts early in the course will result in considerable confusion later in the semester. During class discussions, students are expected to be deferential of diverse points-of-view and respectful of differences in gender, race, ethnicity, class, age, religion, nationality, physical ability, and sexual orientation. Course Readings The required text for this class is available at the Temple University Bookstore. Intro to Mass Comm Theory Textbook Readings posted on Blackboard Course Blackboard Page Course documents and announcements will be available on the Temple University BTMM 1011: Mass Communication Theory Blackboard Web site. All students registered for this class are automatically enrolled in Blackboard through the TU Portal. Course Requirements
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2011 for the course BTMM 1101 taught by Professor Campbell during the Fall '10 term at Temple.

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