Faculty of Arts


POLITICS 776

Media & Politics in an Age of Globalisation


Description

Explores the relationship between media and politics, domestically and internationally, within a changing global context.

Students will critically engage with key theories in political communication scholarship, such as agenda-setting, priming, framing, silencing and informational effects within the new media dynamics, which includes multiple new media outlets (such as state and private media), platforms, technologies and faster delivery.

Availability 2020

Semester 1

Lecturer(s)

Coordinator(s) Dr Maria Armoudian

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Assessment


Points

POLITICS 776: 15.0 points

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