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- International Communication
- Global Communication
- Intercultural Communication
- Cross-cultural Communication
The course examines the major issues in international communication through analyses of international news and information flows, media imports/exports, privatization and globalization within communications industries, the various models of global media systems, and communication as a human right. Students will evaluate the social and economic impacts of technological developments, the shifting relationships between developed and developing countries, and the socio-economic trends associated with transnationalization of media
Library of Congress Classes and Subclasses
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P : Language and Literature
P 87-96: Communication. Mass Media
JZ 5-6530: International Relations