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JRNL 420 Decoding Social Media
Examines the challenges, opportunities and foundational research related to the emergence of social media platforms, services and tools as part of an evolving media ecosystem. Political, social, ethical and legal implications for media organizations, journalists and citizens.
Pre-reqs: (Restricted to fourth-year students. Prior to registration, a minimum of 12-credits of 300-level courses related to media, technology and/or communications recommended.)
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|Full||JRNL 420 001||Seminar||2||Mon||13:30||16:30|
This course is cross-listed with JRNL 520A. The course is open to 4th year BMS and BA students. If the course becomes full, please email email@example.com to be added to the Waitlist.
This course will take place online. Course access will be emailed to students prior to start of the first class.