COMM 430 Gender Studies in Media Communication

Gender, class, and race, as represented in media, presents a metric for understanding the dominant cultural conceptions of the identity of individuals in groups. This course provides a survey of the theory, issues, and practice of gender, race, class, and identity in relationship to popular culture and Western Media. Specifically, this course considers topics such as relationships of power, spectatorship, authorship, and how popular media shapes the cultural assumptions made about individual and group identity. 




COMM 304


Meets the general education upper division writing intensive requirement.