COMM 625 - History of Mass Media
This course is designed to offer a graduate-level general survey of the development and impact of the mass media in the United States. The course is divided into eight sections. The instructor covers newspapers and magazines, television, radio, advertising, public relations and photography using an “archeological model,” beginning with the Gulf War of 1991, and working back to colonial press. Students have the opportunity to complete several short written assignments, and one longer term paper.
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