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RHMS 100 Introduction to Rhetoric and Media Studies

Faculty: Rhetoric and Media Studies Faculty
Content: Introduction to the conceptual and philosophical foundations of the discipline, from classical rhetorical theory through contemporary perspectives, including critical theories of human interaction. How humans construct and negotiate meaning in different contexts, including interpersonal relationships, public address, small groups and organizations, mass media. Moral, ethical, and policy issues.
Prerequisites: None.
Usually offered: Annually, fall and spring semester.
Semester credits: 4.

Rhetoric and Media Studies

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...follows: RHMS 100 Introduction to Rhetoric and Media Studies RHMS 203 Rhetorical Theory RHMS 260...