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COMM405: Social Implications of the Information Society
Prerequisites: Admitted communiation major or consent of the instructor .
Undergraduate College Credit Courses
- 3 Credits
- 8/20/12 to 12/14/12
- Interact in a Virtual Classroom
- Deadlines for Lessons/Exams
- $247.40 per Credit Plus Fees
- Eligible for Financial Aid
Considers and evaluates different perspectives on the information society, ranging from humanistic and Neomarxist critiques to the optimistic scenarios of some futurists. Examines the implications of new means of creating, storing, manipulating and disseminating information. Discussion of whether or not the potential benefits will be realized.
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