Faculty of Arts


COMMS 201

Journalism Studies


Description

This course explores journalism, communications and the news media, examining the history and contemporary state of such practices from a theoretical, rather than practical, perspective. In particular, we look at the profound impact that social, political and technological shifts have had on the field of communications today and discuss their implications for popular, professional and citizen journalism.

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Availability 2017

Semester 1

Lecturer(s)

Coordinator(s) Professor Annie Goldson

Points

COMMS 201: 15.0 points

Prerequisites

COMMS 100 or FTVMS 100, and 15 points from COMMS 104, FTVMS 110, ENGLISH 121

If you have 15 points from FTVMS 100, 101 or 110 you can apply for a concession to take this course as part of your Media, Film and Television or Screen Production major or minor.

Restrictions

FTVMS 225


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