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Summer Session I Course Details


Film and Society (COM-3272-190)

  Online Course - 3.00 Undergraduate Credits
 This course is full. No seats are available.
Course Term and Dates: Summer I (05/27/14 to 06/26/14)
Location: Onlne Course
Meeting Days and Times: Online Course
Instructor: Mr. James B. Lohrey
Prerequisites: Take 45 credits;
Corequisites: NONE
Department: Communication
Course Description: This is a course on film and its impact on social diversity. Aside from viewing a series of classic and well-known films, students will learn about film language and its proper usage, a film's impact on our society, economy and politics and how all of this relates to the history of film. Through lectures, online discussions and viewing films, students explore various cultures, gender inequality, social dilemmas and the historical impacts within film since 1895.

Courses with insufficient enrollment may be subject to cancellation


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