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RHMS 302 Media Theory

Faculty: Christenson, Sebok
Content: Survey of the major theoretical approaches to film, media, and popular culture from the past 150 years. Theories include critical (Marxist, feminist, critical race), formal (montage, realism, aesthetics), new media, and media effects. The course seeks a broad understanding of what media are and how they work in a democracy. Seniors will be given registration preference during the first round of registration.
Prerequisites: RHMS 260.
Restrictions: Sophomore standing required.
Usually offered: Annually, spring semester.
Semester credits: 4.

Rhetoric and Media Studies

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