Key Issues and Approaches in Media Study
This module introduces a variety of influential, competing ways of thinking about the media within the broad area of social science research, but drawing also on other disciplines. On completing this module, you will be able to identify and critically evaluate the major different theoretical approaches to the media and how these approaches relate to broader theories of society.
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New Media and Society
In addition to a thorough grounding in the origins, theoretical development and research methods used in the study of media and communication research this programme offers access to academic knowledge about the history, growth and development of the internet and other related wired and wireless technologies, the different applications to which these technologies have been put, and their social and psychological impact upon users and societies.
Legal, regulatory and issues linked to the political-economy of the internet will also be studied. The programme is international in perspective, examining global developments, but also offers more detailed examination at the local and regional level. It aims to impart knowledge and reflective practice that has relevance to local and regional contexts.
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