ANTH 3190 Anthropology of Media

3 hours lecture; 2 hours laboratory; 4 credits

Anthropological approaches to production, reception, circulation, and distribution of various forms of media around the world; topics include public spheres, national communities, cultural imperialism, transnational circuits of production and consumption, virtual worlds, and mediated social movements. Includes lectures and independent ethnographic research on media production and consumption. This course is the same as Television, Radio and Emerging Media 3190.

Prerequisite: Anthropology *1000 or 2100 or 1100 or 1200 or 1300 or 1400 or Television, Radio and Emerging Media 1165 or a Pathways required or flexible core course or permission of the chairperson.


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