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Television is much more than a passive, incessant means of diversion—it is a powerful environment of ideas, emotions, and values that influences people’s thoughts, actions, and relationships. Students become acquainted with current issues concerning television in society and explore the impact of television on society. Aspects examined include the 1950s and mass culture, viewer response, serial/episodic structure, and the rise of cable.
Course Area: Communication Studies
Level: Upper Level Undergraduate
Dates: 12-19-2022 - 01-13-2023
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- Instructor: Adam Resnick
- Local Course ID: 22WI_PUR_COM3710_1
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