COMM3420-01.Media in Global Perspective.Su14.Ishida,Suda
Media in Global Perspective
Academic Term and Year
Area of Study
CSTD, GLOB, IJRN
Goals: To help students gain a theoretical and practical perspective on global mass media systems, both as national and international purveyors of information and culture. To examine and critically analyze the factors influencing media operations and content. Content: Examination of social, cultural, political, technical, regulatory, economic, and linguistic factors that influence media systems around the world; analysis of national laws, ethics, and norms in relation to media systems; examination of the interconnectedness of world media systems, including patterns of import and export of media products; analysis of the relationship between media and culture. Taught: Annually. Prerequisites: COMM 1100 or 1320, or permission of instructor or the director of the international journalism certificate program. International journalism certificate candidates should consult the director regarding foreign language requirements before registering for this course.
Ishida, Suda, "COMM3420-01.Media in Global Perspective.Su14.Ishida,Suda" (2014). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 3310.