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A survey of the history of mass communication in the American colonies and the United States. Students examine the ways in which mass communication has shaped, and has been shaped by, technological, economic, political, social, and cultural changes across the globe. Students will apply the skills and tools used by historians and journalists to understand the presence of the past in their lives and the critical role they play in the ongoing history of mass communication. This course is was previously known as JRN 208.
General Education Area(s): American History
Course Area: Communication Studies
Level: Lower Level Undergraduate
Dates: 08-28-2023 - 12-21-2023
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- Instructor: Jonathan Anzalone
- Local Course ID: 23FA_STB_JRN208_30
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- Contact Registrar
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- Transfer Credits
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