Three-Week Session II, July 9-28, 2017. Delivery Mode: Individualized study online with video/audio components. Revised: 7/12/2019 COMM 5315.001 – Mass Media and Popular Culture Syllabus – Fall 2019 I. Concourse. Upon completing the course, please take time to fill out the online course evaluation. Credits: 3 . Perimeter College Online SCOM 2050 Media, Culture and Society Spring 2019 Syllabus and Course Schedule The course syllabus provides a general plan for the course; deviations may be necessary. Prerequisite: None . Area of Study: Humanities . DEPARTMENT OF MEDIA, CULTURE, AND COMMUNICATION . Media Culture + Theory Syllabus Tuesdays, 6:15-8:45 pm, Peirce 218 Instructor: Prof. Mariam Ghani Email: Mariam.Ghani@stevens.edu Office: Morton 204, hours Tuesday 2:30-4 pm or by appointment. E59.1019 . Media and Identity . Mon-Thurs., Noon – 3pm. SAMPLE SYLLABUS – This syllabus is provided as a sample. *Overseas students, please contact the University Library before registering in a course that has an audio/visual component. Faculty Information A. Dr. Marsha Little Matthews 1. Syllabus: Please follow the online syllabus below for updates on readings and deadlines. Vassar College. DRAFT SYLLABUS RELI S 1508 Religion, Media and American Popular Culture. Your constructive assessment of this course plays an indispensable role in shaping education at Georgia State. Course content may vary. Office Hours: Wednesday 10 a.m. - Noon, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m., and by SCOM 110 Media and Culture is the foundational course for all other lecture and production classes taught in School of Communication & Digital Content—books, newspapers, magazines, films, radio, television, the Internet and social media like FaceBook, Instagram, Twitter and texting on our cellphones—shape and inform our daily lives. This course is organized around the broad question of what journalists should know about the way digital media are reshaping society. CAS 219 2. Sever Hall 110 Dr Christopher White (Ph.D., Harvard 2002) Professor and Chair. Popular Culture and the Media (Revision 2) View previous syllabus. This course draws upon diverse literatures to map the terrain of constructed identities. Page 1 Syllabus subject to revision. Course Description: Explores American society and culture through the lens of its various media, including television, literature, music, movies, and the internet. Superior Syllabus Management. * Online-enhanced. Description: This course will survey key benchmarks and documents in the history of media and new media technologies, while also introducing critical readings of 20th and 21st century media culture, … Digital media and society syllabus: Covering social media, technology and a networked world . Religion Department. Harvard Summer School. Course Description . 845-797-6279 (cell or text) email@example.com COURSE DESCRIPTION.