Media and Cultural Studies Pietermaritzburg Campus

MECS 321 – New Media Studies

The course will cover the theorectical tools through which to make sense of the changing media environment, in areas such as the Internet and digital telecommunications and broadcasting. Empirical case studies from home and abroad will be used to illustrate the theoretical propositions.

  • Offered in:               Semester 1
  • Co-ordinator:           Dr Sandra Pitcher


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