MDIA-309 – New Media: Theory and Practice
|Points:||20||Prerequisites:||As for MDIA 301|
|Faculty:||Humanities & Soc Sc||Corequisites:||None|
|School:||English, Film, Theatre, Media||Restrictions:||None|
This course examines how new media transform contemporary culture and how cultural, economic, and political forces shape these new media technologies. We ask: what constitutes a network culture? What media practices are specific to such a culture? What theories and concepts aid our study of these social and technological changes? This course will be delivered in a 3-hour lecture/workshop format. There are no tutorials for this course. 100% internal assessment.
Please note: This information is accurate for the 2014 academic year. Please refer to Course Catalogue for 2013 information.
MDIA 309 Student Notes.
Jenkins, Henry, Sam Ford, Joshua Green, and Joshua Benjamin Green. Spreadable media: Creating value and meaning in a networked culture. NYU Press, 2012.
Available from vicbooks, Ground Floor Easterfield Building, Kelburn Parade.
Trimester 2 2014
* indicates instructor is the course coordinator.
|CRN||From/To||Days||Time||Building [Campus]||Room||Instructor||15478||14 Jul – 24 Aug 2014||Tue||1100 - 1250||77 Fairlie Tce [Kelburn]||306||Michael Daubs*||8 Sep – 19 Oct 2014||Tue||1100 - 1250||77 Fairlie Tce [Kelburn]||306|
Course Outline Information
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