Fall 2019 - CMNS 443 D100
Comparative Asian Media Systems (4)
Class Number: 3561
Delivery Method: In Person
Course Times + Location:
Fr 9:30 AM – 1:20 PM
HCC 2205, Vancouver
1 778 782-5116
Prerequisites:75 units. Recommended: CMNS 230 or CMNS 240; and one of CMNS 201 (or 260), or CMNS 202 (or 262).
Offers a basis for understanding different Asian media systems in concrete historical, political and socio-economic contexts. Introduces students to a range of epistemological and theoretical issues in media systems in a vast and extremely diverse region that is undergoing a period of rapid political, economic, social and cultural transformation. Provides an overview of issues relating to different media systems and case studies of media and politics in specific countries in the region.
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