COM 1030


A history and explanation of the relationship between mass communication and our popular culture, including technological, economic, and legal. Magazines, newspapers, movies, radio, television, and music are examined along with types of media control, advertising, public relations, and changing technologies.


  1. To learn the communication process and how media uses this process to affects our
  2. To understand the history of each medium
  3. To think about the possible futures of each medium
  4. Critically review existing media, examine the elements that work and those that do not, then apply a new understanding.




Mass media revolution: See what happens next!

Publisher: Pearson (01/03/2012)
Author: Sterin, J. Charles
ISBN: 978-0205591480
Price: $122.10

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