TVRA 4269 Culture Jamming and Media Pranksterism

3 hours; 3 credits

History and practice of media manipulation for the purposes of sociopolitical and cultural comment and criticism. Ethical and legal implications of pranksterism and culture jamming. Case histories of pranks and spectacles. Exploration of tactics and techniques.

Prerequisite: Television and Radio 2032, 2726W, and 3535.


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