Media Literacy Theory

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LIBA 288

Studies in media literacy theory focus on the relationships between media and other disciplines, tracing the technological, sociological and ideological development of media and media literacy, as well as analyzing aspects of diverse media, texts produced in diverse media and modes of reading media. Students read work by representative authors, including Theodore Adorno, Roland Barthes, Jean Baudrillard, Noam Chomksy, Michel Foucault, Paul Gilroy, Stuart Hall, bell hooks, Marshall McLuhan, WJT Mitchell, Laura Mulvey and Raymond Williams and respond through projects and essays. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 123.

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