The Media Sociology course teaches students how to evaluate the psychological and cultural aspects of media. The field of media sociology encompasses both the individual and societal experiences of media from affective, cognitive, and behavioral perspectives. These studies will cover two important angles, including how people impact the media and how media impacts individuals and society as a whole. During this course, students will explore historical media formats such as pictures, sound, graphics, and content. They will also investigate diverse types of contemporary media including emerging technologies and communications.
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