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CMNS 210

History of Communication


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Format:

Lecture

Credits:

3

Prerequisites:

CMNS 110 or CMNS 130

Description:

Students will explore the historical development of communications and the influence of communications on history and examine the applications and outcomes of communication media in the context of human history. In addition, the role that communications has played in both implementing change and maintaining social order will also be studied by placing the history of communication within the broader context of social, economic and political factors. Some of the themes of the course will include the impact of new media on old and the role of media on the organization of power and knowledge.


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