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Advanced Topics in Communication: Networked Mobilities

Department: Communication, Rhetoric and Digital Media Ph.D. ProgramInstitution: NC State UniversityTerm: Spring 2022 The rapid development of information and communication technologies (ICTs) has contributed to the growth and importance of networks. We can now speak of not only communication networks but also of financial, military, social, cultural, and political networks, to name ...
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COM 250: Communication and Technology

Department: Department of CommunicationInstitution: NC State UniversityTerm: Fall 2021, Fall 2020, Fall 2019 This course explores the relationship between communication and technology by focusing on the key moments of media technology development and the social changes that accompanied it. We start by defining technology and learning about the main theories that deal with ...
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COM427: Game Studies

Department: Department of Communication Institution: NC State University Term: Fall 2007 Games are pervasive activities in the contemporary culture and are starting to be seriously studied as an emerging academic field. Games are intrinsically social activities, and therefore very relevant to understand contemporary communication, society, and culture. Although the first computer games were ...
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COM477: Mobile Communication

Department: Department of Communication Institution: NC State University Terms: Fall 2017, Spring 2012, Fall 2009, Fall 2006 This course explores the emergence of mobile communication technologies and its influence on communication patterns and social behavior. It conceptualizes cell phones beyond mobile telephones (two-way voice communication devices). Rather, it defines the mobile ...
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COM487: Internet and Society

Department: Department of Communication Institution: NC State University Terms: Spring 2021, Spring 2020, Spring 2019, Fall 2018, Spring 2010 [section 1] [section 2], Spring 2008 [section 1] [section 2], Spring 2007 [section 1] [section 2], Spring 2006 [section 1] [section 2], Fall 2005 This course explores the social uses of the internet, focusing on ...
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COM327: Critical Analysis of Communication Media

Department: Department of Communication Institution: NC State University Term: Fall 05 This course critically analyzes new media as agents of change in cultural, social, and spatial infrastructures. By remembering that every media was once new, COM327 explores how the emergence of new interfaces change communication relationships, information dissemination, reading practices, ...
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COM257: Media History and Theory

Department: Department of Communication  Institution: NC State University Terms: Fall 11, Spring 09 [section1] [section2], Fall 08   This course explores new media as agents of change in cultural, social, and spatial infrastructures. By remembering that every media was once new and that we need new theories to conceptualize new media, students will investigate how ...
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BMMS: Mobile Media and Social IT

Department: BS in Digital Media  and Design Institution: IT University of Copenhagen Term: Fall 10 This course provides a theoretical, analytical and practical overview of the state of mobile technologies in contemporary society. It explores the emergence of mobile social media and their influence on communication patterns and social behavior. Throughout the course, ...
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Graphic Visual Communication

Department: School of Communication Institution: Federal University of Rio de Janeiro Term: Fall 99, Spring 99 In this course, I taught the history of graphic design as an interface. The course encompassed, in a linear perspective, the history of alphabets, the invention of the printing press, the development of typography, the modern ...