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CMNS 130

Explorations in Mass Communication


Details
Classes
Instructors

Format:

Lecture

Credits:

3

Prerequisites:

None.

Description:

This course is an introduction to the role of mass communication in Canadian society. Students will examine the structure and process of mass communications, emphasizing television, radio and the press. The role of mass communication in socialization, public opinion formulation and social change will also be investigated.


Class Semester Day Time Rm Type Instructor
CMNS 130 Fall 2015 M
W
2:25pm to 4:00pm
2:25pm to 4:00pm
101
101
Lecture Kim, Grace
CMNS 130 Spring 2016 T
TH
10:35am to 12:05pm
10:35am to 12:05pm
TBA
TBA
Lecture Kim, Grace
CMNS 130 Summer 2016 M
W
2:45pm to 4:30pm
2:45pm to 4:30pm
101
101
Lecture Kim, Grace
CMNS 130 Fall 2016 M
W
2:25pm to 4:00pm
2:25pm to 4:00pm
101
101
Lecture Kim, Grace
CMNS 130 Spring 2017 M
W
2:25pm to 3:55pm
2:25pm to 3:55pm
101
101
Lecture Kim, Grace
CMNS 130 Summer 2017 M
W
2:40pm to 4:25pm
2:40pm to 4:25pm
101
101
Lecture Kim, Grace

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