MEDIATED COMMUNICATION AND TECHNOLOGY
Concerns how people send and receive messages across time and space. Research in this area examines message flows to large and small audiences, with an emphasis on how technologies of communication influence the formation, transmission, and reception of messages. It also examines the social, political, and organizational forces that act on the creation and use of communication technologies.
Faculty in this area: Cabral Bigman-Galimore , Elisabeth Bigsby , Travis Dixon , Cara Finnegan , Sally Jackson , Robert McChesney , Scott Poole , Brian Quick , Inger Stole , David Tewskbury , Barbara Wilson
|CMN 275 Media, Money, and Power||CMN 277 Intro to Mediated Comm||CMN 280 Comm Technology and Society|
|CMN 312 Communicating for Innovation||CMN 325 Politics and the Media||CMN 326 Mass Media and the Audience|
|CMN 338 Relationships and Technologies||CMN 340 Visual Politics||CMN 345 Visual Media Effects|
|CMN 370 Political Economy of Comm||CMN 375 Popular Media and Culture||CMN 410 Workplace Comm Technology|
|CMN 424 Campaign Messages and Strategies||CMN 429 Race and the Mass Media|