Historical philosophical and theoretical consideration of documentary approach

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Historical, philosophical, and theoretical consideration of documentary approach in films, television, and radio. 271 BROADCAST PERFORMANCE 3 F,S COM 111, 160, 161 req. Materials charge optional. Introduction to basic concepts of on-air performance for television and radio to enhance students’ experiential learn- ing in broadcast concentrations. 272 FOUNDATIONS OF INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION 3 F,S COM 111 or cons inst req. Formerly IDS 289.15. Basic concepts of intercultural communication, including value, linguistic and nonverbal differences between cul- tures; prejudice, ethnocentrism, stereotypes, and cultural adjustment. 275 SELECTED TOPICS IN PUBLIC RELATIONS 3 F,S COM 111 req. May be repeated if content different. Examination of various genres of public relations and repre- sentative case studies in public relations. 281 PRINCIPLES OF SPEECH EDUCATION 3 F C or better in C&I 212, 214, 216, and PSY 215 (6 hrs) or conc reg req. Incl Clin Exp: 10 hrs, Type 1-6, 9. Adm to Professional Studies req. Methods and materials for teaching secondary speech com- munication. Planning and applying strategies, methods of measurement, classroom criticism of performance, selection and compilation of materials. 283 COMMUNICATION IN THE CLASSROOM 3 S C or better in COM 110; 45 hrs, and declared Teacher Ed Maj req. Theory and practice in developing communication compe- tencies in an academic setting. Preparation and presentation of various instructional strategies for diverse audiences. 296 INDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN COMMUNICATION 3 F,S Project approval by dept chair and inst prior to reg. 297 COMMUNICATION RESEARCH METHODS 3 F,S COM 111 req. Methods of scholarly research and critical evaluation of research. 303 CONTROVERSY AND CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY 3 S COM 111 req. Contemporary communication on current significant, contro- versial issues. 304 FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND PRESS 3 F,S COM 111 req. First Amendment rights. Emphasis on Supreme Court deci- sions relating to political dissent, obscenity, provocation and demonstration, and press freedom. 174 C A S Communication
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310 APPLICATIONS IN PUBLIC RELATIONS 3 F,S COM 111, 161, 178 or cons inst req. COM 297 rec. Training and participation in public relations management and campaign activities. Emphasis: professional activities and competition opportunities at local, national levels. 312 BROADCAST HISTORY 3 S COM 160 req. Course explores in depth the origins of broadcast media including people, industries, technologies, and government policies influencing media. 318 SOCIAL DYNAMICS OF COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES 3 S COM 218 or cons inst req. Examination of social dynamics of mediated communication emphasizing implications of new communication technolo- gies for social institutions and social change. 321 CAMPAIGN COMMUNICATION AND MESSAGE DESIGN 3 F,S COM 111 req. Formerly MESSAGE COMPOSITION.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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