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TELE 385 Advanced Television Studies:


This course examines a specific subject within the field of television, rotating the subjects on a regular basis to keep the course relevant to trends and issues within television and society. Today more than ever, TV is the primary storyteller in U.S. culture, and therefore the medium raises a constant stream of issues concerning everything from representation of groups to how parents raise their children. Classes focus on providing students with in-depth examinations of TV-related topics, with an overarching emphasis on the importance of approaching television and related issues from a variety of humanities perspectives (philosophical, industrial, historiographical, psychological, etc.), so as to enrich and complicate our understanding. This advanced course requires each student to complete an original research project utilizing academic scholarship, along with the creation of a formal academic presentation.

Repeatable: N
Formerly 40-3213
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Prerequisites ENGL 112 Writing and Rhetoric II  and TELE 320 Critical Television Theory and Analysis  or ENGL 112H Writing and Rhetoric II: Honors  and TELE 320 Critical Television Theory and Analysis  or ENGL 122 International Writing and Rhetoric II  and TELE 320 Critical Television Theory and Analysis  
Minimum Credits 3 Maximum Credits 3



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