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The aim of this [course_title] is to provide competent and qualified media professionals with market-related media skills to both private and public sectors.

The course is designed to introduce you to the theories of modern media studies. Through this extensive course, you’ll obtain insight into examining media and research some disputes surrounding the field. Moreover, learn the tools required to step into an exciting as well as creative career space.

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: Open Culture

Course Curriculum

Media Studies 104A – Lecture 1: Introduction 01:15:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 1(1): Introduction, what to expect 01:15:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 2: Famous Features 01:17:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 2(1): Famous Features and Current 01:17:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 3: First Amendment Case 01:11:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 4: Political and Corporate Spee 01:15:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 5: Subversive, Symbolic and Pro 01:16:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 5(1): Political and corporate spee 01:14:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 6: Symbolic and Protest Speech: 01:17:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 6(1): Aftermath of Citizens United 01:07:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 7: Subversive, Symbolic and Pro 01:12:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 7(1):Prior Restraints: Pentagon Pa 01:15:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 8: Subversive, Symbolic and Pro 01:10:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 8(1): Finish Prior Restraints; Wik 01:16:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 9: Disfavored speakers: The Fun 01:15:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 9(1): National Security and Terror 01:15:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 10: Prior Restraints: Near and 01:14:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 10(1): Jehovah’s Witnesses ca 01:09:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 11: False Speech (Libel): Commo 01:12:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 11(1): Prior Restraints; WikiLeaks 01:04:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 12: Jehovah’s Witnesses, U 01:08:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 12(1): New York Times v. Sullivan 01:13:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 13: Aftermath of Sullivan; U.S. 01:08:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 13(1): Commercial Speech 01:19:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 14: Review for Midterm-No video 01:06:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 14(1): Injurious Speech 00:58:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 15: Injurious Speech 01:15:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 16: Review for Midterm 01:13:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 16(1): False Speech: Common law li 01:17:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 17: Privacy 01:13:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 17(1): New York Times v. Sullivan 01:13:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 18: Aftermath of Sullivan; U.S. 00:51:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 18(1): Privacy: Publication of Pri 01:14:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 19: Access 01:00:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 20: Access to Courts, other pro 01:13:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 21: Injurious Speech: Hustler v 00:54:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 21(1): Or of the Press 00:59:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 22: Discussion of US v Alvarez 01:04:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 22(1): Injurious Speech: Hustler v 01:14:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 23: Different Rules for New Med 01:14:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 23(1): Access to places and inform 01:15:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 24: Different Rules – continued 01:06:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 24(1): Access to places and inform 01:18:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 25: “Or of the Press” 1 01:12:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 25(1): Different Rules – continued 01:10:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 26: Finish Different Rules 00:49:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 26(1): “Or of the Press” 2 01:04:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 27: Different Rules for New Med 01:17:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 28: Different Rules. Radio, tel 01:14:00
Chemistry 1A – Lecture 28(1) 00:48:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 29: Different Rules: The Intern 00:43:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 30: Different Rules: The Intern 00:48:00
Media Studies 104A – Lecture 31: Optional Review Session 01:08:00
Integrative Biology 131 – Lecture 32: Digestive System 00:52:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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