Examines self-presentations via social media websites.
Students will study the principles and processes of oral communication with an emphasis on speech design and delivery. Vocal and linguistic skills will be practiced and critical thinking will be encouraged through the analysis of current and historical speeches.
Students will study the cultural, psychological, social, ethical, legal and aesthetic aspects of television, radio, film, print journalism, new communications technologies, and other mass media channels in contemporary society.
Students study the ways in which cultural factors, including rituals, attitudes, values, beliefs, behavior and cultural assumptions affect communication.
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