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CMCL C121: PUBLIC SPEAKING
Theory and practice of public speaking: training in thought processes necessary to organize speech content; analysis of components of effective delivery and language. Credit not given for both S121 and C121. I Sem., II Sem., SS.
Professors: A. Terrell; Aaron Harmon; Aleena Chia; (more)
Terms: N/A | Credits: 3
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CMCL C122: INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
Introduction to the study of communication, culture, identity and power. Each student does original primary research. Topics range from groups in North Africa to high school and college students in San Francisco and Philadelphia, and issues such as gendered language, slang, verba...
Professors: Aaron Harmon; Allison Chellew; Aneliya Dimitrova; (more)
Terms: N/A | Credits: 3
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CMCL C130: PUBLIC SPEAKING-HONORS
For outstanding students, in place of C121.
Professors: Robert Terrill
Terms: N/A | Credits: 3
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CMCL C190: INTRODUCTION TO MEDIA
Form, technique, and language of the media; analysis of specific film, television, and video productions; introduction to major critical approaches to media studies. Credit given for only one of CMCL C190 or CMLT C190.
Professors: Aleena Chia; Amanda Keeler; Andrea Kelley; (more)
Terms: N/A | Credits: 3
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25 ratings
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CMCL C201: RACE AND THE MEDIA
Explores the ways in which United States' ideologies in particular historical periods have influenced the production, representations, and audiences' interpretations of media artifacts. Topic might focus on specific or various ethnic groups (e.g., African Americans, Native Americ...
Professors: Andrea Kelley; Christopher Wilkins; Javier Ramirez; (more)
Terms: N/A | Credits: 3
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2 ratings
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CMCL C202: MEDIA IN THE GLOBAL CONTEXT
Surveys media industries, products, and publics outside the United States context (e.g., Asia, Africa, Europe, Latin America). Analyzes regional media in relation to local/ global historical, economic, and social processes. Screenings may be required.
Professors: Matthew Guschwan; Stephanie De Boer; William Hagood; (more)
Terms: N/A | Credits: 3
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CMCL C203: GENDER, SEXUALITY, AND THE MEDIA
Examines portrayals of women across various media outlets and diverse cultural regions. The course also considers women as producers and consumers of media products. Topics might focus on a specific medium (e.g., television, film, or the Internet), genre (e.g., soap operas, reali...
Professors: David Church; Karen Bowdre; Katarzyna Chmielewska; (more)
Terms: N/A | Credits: 3
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CMCL C204: TOPICS IN MEDIA, CULTURE & SOC
Relationship between communication media and a range of social institutions, practices, and beliefs. Course may focus on a particular medium and/or period (e.g., television and family, film and the Cold War, censorship and the media). Topic varies.
Professors: Jennifer Heusel; Jennifer Robinson; Matthew Guschwan; (more)
Terms: N/A | Credits: 3
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4 ratings
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CMCL C205: INTRO TO COMMUNICATION & CULTR
Critically examines communication as a cultural practice as it affects the beliefs, attitudes, values, and behaviors of individuals, groups, and publics.
Professors: Andrea Kelley; Cortney Smith; Danielle Fernandez; (more)
Terms: N/A | Credits: 3
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17 ratings
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CMCL C208: IMAGE CULTURES
Offers an interdisciplinary and historical context for understanding contemporary western "image culture" by addressing the notion of the "image" in a wide range of its theoretical, critical, and practical contexts, uses, and history. Examines the claim that our culture is more i...
Professors: Jon Simons
Terms: N/A | Credits: 3
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2 ratings
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