An exploration of relevant theories and practices of conducting media effects research in the mass mediated/disseminated communication contexts including television, radio, print, popular culture, internet, and other forms of new media. Topics include health, advertising, edutainment, stereotypes, violence, pornography, music videos, video games, news, and politics.
Satisfies a major requirement in Sociology. Satisfies Communication Studies and Film and Media Studies concentration requirements.
Students entering 2012: satisfies the Liberal Studies distribution requirement.
Students entering before 2012: satisfies the Social Science distribution requirement.