Sociology of Media

Time: MW 1:30-2:45

Location: DMH 226A


This course critically explores the relationship between culture, ideology, and political economy of media. Students will be introduced to a multidisciplinary approach to media and cultural studies by focusing on keyworks in the discipline within a global context of social transformation. This course will further examine how gender, race, ethnicity, class, sexuality, and disability have been depicted and represented in media images. Reflecting on politics of representation, this course will cover various forms of media, including television, advertising, films, music, and social media in the digital age.


SOC140 Syllabus Fall 2018


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