Prerequisites: College Composition II
This course examines the social, economic and political implications of the use of participatory media, which enable audience participation in the production of mediated messages. Students taking this course will study network theory, the historical roots of the participatory culture, collective action and social networking, convergence, and the changing modes of media production. Students will also study legal and social justice issues related to these evolving trends in media use.
3.00 Credit Hours
The official Rowan catalog entry for this course can be found here.