Communication and Popular Culture
*Add/Drop Period is July 8 – July 10, 2013.
To register for this class, you MUST receive a permission number from the instructor.*
Popular culture is so much a part of our daily lives that it is all but invisible. To a great extent, popular culture defines the texture of our lives. Popular images not only mediate and define reality, but they also implicitly assert a set of values. Introduces students to a number of concepts and challenges that arise in the study of U.S. popular culture. Drawing on a variety of theories and perspectives, students will critically examine the role of popular culture within the context of current social, political, and economic realities in the United States. (MC)
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