JOUR 590. International Journalism. 3 Hours NW AE42.

This course explores print, broadcast and online media in industrialized and developing nations. It examines how government rules and restrictions affect press freedoms, examines the effects of technology on access to information, explores how the U.S. media cover news in foreign countries, explores how foreign media cover news events in the United States, and examines coverage of critical current events. The goal of the course is to make students aware of the effects of mass media in a global economy. Prerequisite: Eight hours of Journalism. LEC.

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of General Studies in History

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...699 Philosophy of History JOUR 618 First Amendment...Japan Since 1945 HIST 590 Cultural History of...

Minor in History

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...HIST 670 Comparative Diasporas JOUR 618 First Amendment...Japan Since 1945 HIST 590 Cultural History of...