COM 624: Communication and Culture in a Networked Society

Term: Fall 2 2016                     Instructor: Daina Nathaniel

COM 624 Communication and Culture in a Networked Society Coursework explores how digital connectivity in a networked society has changed and transformed culture. In particular, students investigate how networking (such as blogging, podcasting, etc.) affects traditional conceptions of knowledge and information creation, production, transmission and censorship. In addition, this course focuses on how traditional conceptions of organizational boundaries and influence, civic engagement, and organizational participation are evolving.

CLICK HERE: Syllabus COM 624