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2010. Journalism in the Movies
Grading Basis: Graded
Viewing and analysis of motion pictures featuring journalistic themes; journalistic history, ethics, legal issues, contrasting forms of media, and other issues. CA 1.
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|Session||Campus||Term||Class Number||Instruction Mode||Instructor||Section||Schedule||Location||Enrollment||Notes|
|1235 1584 SS1 10||SS1||Storrs||Summer 2023||1584||Distance Learning||10||3/25||Prerequisites: None. Open to all majors. Students will watch and discuss motion pictures with journalism themes. Many of the films are about important cases in journalism, U.S. and international history. Others are fictional representations of journalistic stories and scenarios. Themes from the films that will be examined include: the nature of news, historical development of the press, journalism ethics and law, diversity in the news, newsroom dynamics and relationships, and the fields of broadcast and investigative journalism. The course satisfies a General Education requirement for history (CA-1).|