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  • Comparative Media Systems
  • Whether you know it or not, you are actively contributing to a comprehensive media environment forged on both regional and global levels – even when you are privately using social media websites! The media we use today has come a long way, but the basic pattern of development remains consistent. This course introduces various academic theories, cases, and models to make sense of local and global media development. How does a locally operated newspaper trigger development of the national mass media market? How does a global conglomerate media company set agendas for international news distribution?
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  • Introduction to Mass Media
  • The purpose of this course, as governed by the textbook at its core, Understanding Media and Culture: An Introduction to Mass Communication, is to complete a fairly comprehensive examination of the evolution and impact of the media, primarily in the United States. Each of the major media (newspapers, magazines, books, radio, movies, music, and television), as well as new media (electronic entertainment, social media, and the Internet), are examined from their conception to the present and future possibilities. Emphasis is placed on how each media industry has evolved over time, responding to changes in society, technology, politics, and economics. The course also explores the cultural impact of the media, from individual media products to entire industries, with particular emphasis on the cultural and ethical factors that influence production, consumption, and also, due to the advent of new media, participation. Upon completing this course, you should be more conscious of how your viewpoints are shaped by and can shape the media with which you interact. As a result, hopefully, not only will you be more critical as a consumer of media products but also more demanding and more creative as a participant and even a producer.
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  • Media and Society
  • Do you know what you’re watching? What you’re reading? You might think that what comes across your television or web browser, in your newspaper or magazine, or on your movie screen is pretty much the whole message; what you see is what you get. But the content we see, read, and hear is the product of complex forces − economic, governmental, historical, and technological. This course will explore those underlying forces and provide analytical tools to evaluate media critically. An overall goal is to become media literate, to gain an understanding of mass media as cultural industries that seek to influence our behavior and affect our values as a society. Unit 1 aims to define mass communication, mass media, and culture. It also will introduce the core concepts of media literacy and the concept of transmedia, the practice of integrating entertainment experiences across a range of different media platforms. Unit 2 will introduce selected theories that will help in analyzing mass communication and its effects. Subsequent units will explore individual mediums: books, newspapers, magazines, music and radio, film, television, the Internet and social media, and electronic games and virtual worlds. The last unit will discuss issues of media ethics and the relationship of media to government.
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  • TV연출론
  • Producer/ Program/ Production이라는 3pro에 대한 실무적 감각 습득
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  • Web science: how the web is changing the world
  • You may be an avid user of the Web, but this introductory course in Web Science will help you to understand the Web both as a social system and a technical system: a global information infrastructure built from the interactions of people and technologies. We will examine the origins and evolution of the Web and consider key questions of Security, Democracy, Networks and Economy from both computational and social science perspectives. By following this course, you will have a greater understanding of the Web and begin to develop skills for the digital era - skills that are useful for everyday life and widely sought by the technology-driven employers of today. This is the start of a journey that could help you shape the future of the World Wide Web.
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  • 매스컴과현대사회
  • 매스컴이 가지고 있는 여러 기능과 각 기능이 가지고 있는 정기능과 역기능을 고찰해 봄으로 매스컴이 개인과 사회에서 수행하는 역할에 대해 고찰해본다.
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  • 미디어, 교육 그리고 시장
  • MIT 오픈코스월드의 "미디어, 교육 그리고 시장" 강의 14개의 강의들입니다. 다양한 분야에서 다양한 직업과 비전을 가지고 활동하는 강의자들는 이 강의에서 몇 분동안 비디오 인터넷이 '커뮤니케이션, 컨텐츠 혹은 상업적인 것들' 로 이루어지는 것에 관하여 이야기 합니다.
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  • 미디어교육
  • 본 강의는 현대사회에서 막강해지는 미디어의 영향력에 대한 이해를 바탕으로 이의 올바른 해독과 활용 능력을 배양하기 위한 실천적 대안으로서의 미디어교육에 대한 강좌이다.
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  • 미디어와 콘텐츠
  • 미디어는 콘텐츠를 담는 그릇이다. 콘텐츠(내용)는 어느 시기에나 존재했다. 그러나 미디어의 발달에 따라 콘텐츠의 내용은 끊임없이 수정되면서 서로 영향을 주고받는다. 강의 전반부는 미디어의 종류와 특성을 이해한다.(말, 글, 그림, 영상, 멀티미디어 등)
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  • 방송론
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