CMM301 - Communication and Culture (3 cr.)

The intersection of gender and sexuality with other categories of cultural identity such as class, race, religion, and nationality by focusing on communicative practices in everyday life. Examines the social and symbolic construction of culture in mediated (e.g. film, social networks, music, fashion) and non-mediated communication contexts. Examination of the ways people (re)create cultural communities or resist cultural norms, commodification and dominant ideologies. Liberal Arts Prerequisite(s): CMM101 and CMM226. Semester(s) Offered: Spring.

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