Add/Drop Period from 6/1 - 6/7. A permission number is required to register for this course.
An exploration of “globalization” as an historical — as well as a contested — process, and of cultural, social, technological economic political processes at work in “mass media globalization”. Case studies link discussions of specific forms (i.e., music, radio, video, journalism, internet/web cell phones, broadcast satellites, and points of origin) to old and new audiences. These case studies are contextualized in a consideration of specific communication processes associated with trade, war, community development, policy making and reform, and privatization/deregulation.
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