Media Studies (Across the Curriculum)
This course focuses on understanding media and associated freedoms of expression and the press for learning, teaching, and public pedagogy. Media studies is a dynamic discipline tailored to exploring youth, culture, and education through concepts or techniques such as articulation, framing, regulation, remediation, representation, and transcoding. In addition to understanding media and the process of meaning-making, media studies also focuses on making and managing media across formats, creative expression, and civic engagement. The course provides a survey of media studies and new media with an emphasis on media education and literacy. Media education and literacy are among the most relevant challenges to “official” knowledge and represent key movements in the sociology of curriculum. Hence, this course emphasizes ethical, legal, and theoretical aspects and the design of curriculum and courses for teaching media education or media studies and for integrating media literacy across the curriculum.
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- Lecture Notes for Topics 1 – 14
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