CRITICAL THINKING AND ETHICS UOIT

The course will focus on relationships between people of diverse racial, ethnic, national, linguistic and religious backgrounds. This course examines the globalization of entertainment media. This course is an advanced examination of the theory, practice and effects of social media technologies including Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter. Connect with us on Facebook. This course addresses practical and theoretical issues of race, ethnicity, and gender that have become focal points for current debates in public cultural expression. It will examine how knowledge of theoretical concepts, communication processes, and communication skills can be applied to successful and efficient communication practice.

Students will learn about the design process of new media objects and about the role played by code, software, interfaces and networks in constructing our cultural experience of being online. This course is an advanced examination of the theory, practice and effects of social media technologies including Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter. By learning a vocabulary of visual meaning-making based on gestalt theory, visual semiotics, discourse analysis, and visual culture, students explore how visual texts can be rhetorical or persuasive across a multitude of visual genres. It examines some of the major perspectives in communication theory, including the main American and European schools of thought, from the technological McLuhan prophesies to the symbolic and socio-political dimensions feminist and cultural studies. Topics will vary from year to year based on faculty interests and availability of visiting scholars.

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Theoretical principles will be applied to practice in a series of interactive and collaborative thinkiny. Students will gain a critical understanding of the overall process of new media design, and will thus be able to oversee new media projects in their professional career.

COMM U Special Topics In this course students will undertake in-depth critiical of selected topics in communication, culture, and information technology. COMM U International Communication This course focuses on international communications and its intersections with world politics in an age of increasing global interdependence. This course introduces the study of digital media and society.

How do globalization processes affect global thibking, world politics, and world thinjing In this course students will undertake in-depth explorations of selected topics in communication, culture, and information technology. Games and gaming are becoming a core component of how we communicate, learn, relax, socialize, and engage with the world around us. By focusing on timely, relevant and important issues in Communication studies, the students will gain an understanding of new areas of research.

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Topics to be covered include the construction of desire, the significance of advertising to the production and circulation of commodities, and the role of advertising and consumption in the construction of social identity.

In this advanced course, students explore topics in the areas of the production of public knowledge, public argument, public action, ceitical response, and public critique. COMM U Screen Studies formerly Film and Video This course will utilize core critical concepts from film theory psychoanalysis and feminism to contemporary Continental philosophy and cultural criticism to analyze films, videos, mobile communication devices, and gaming cultures, with reference to key thinkers, movements, and contexts.

During the semester, we address several core questions in the field such as: Do ICTs empower the many or annd the few? This course will utilize core critical concepts from film theory psychoanalysis and feminism to contemporary Continental philosophy and cultural criticism to analyze films, videos, mobile communication devices, and etbics cultures, with reference to key thinkers, movements, and contexts. This course examines the theory, strategies and ethics of public relations in society with reference to historical and current examples.

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COMM U Digital Media, Politics and Democracy Digital media technologies weigh heavily on the quality of our lives as citizens and on the quality of our political environment.

This course will provide a theoretical and analytical overview of the principles of new media design and authoring on a range of software platforms. Do mobile devices contribute to civic engagement? Through a survey of relevant theories and case studies, the course analyzes how companies, managerial discourses and processes and ICTs are transforming workplaces, work practices and workers too.

The course intends to provide students with meaningful scholarly analysis of nonviolent communication case studies and theories such that students become more self-empowered, build a better understanding of others, are able to bridge differences, and can build harmonious relationships on a variety of levels.

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It will examine how knowledge of theoretical concepts, communication processes, and communication skills can be applied to successful and efficient communication practice. This course critically examines the place of advertising in contemporary consumer society.

Topics will vary from year to year based on faculty interests and availability of visiting scholars.

In this course, students will consider the meaning of violence, and how communication can be both violent or compassionate and everything in between. Understanding Social Media This course is an advanced examination of the theory, practice and effects of social media technologies including Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.

critical thinking and ethics uoit

What roles have the successive information and media revolutions played in resolving or exacerbating international thinklng It examines some of the major perspectives in communication theory, including the main American and European schools of thought, from the technological McLuhan prophesies to the symbolic and socio-political dimensions feminist and cultural studies.

This course addresses practical and theoretical issues of race, ethnicity, and gender that have become focal points for current debates in public cultural expression.

By the end of the course, students will have a critical understanding of how video games shape and are shaped by thinkkng cultures in which they exist. To better understand the relationship between rhetoric, policy and ethics, learners will examine the consequences of particular rhetorical strategies in complex situations of everyday life, the workplace, and as part of the global public sphere.

critical thinking and ethics uoit

Topics will include language and perception; emotions across cultures; culture and advertising; body language; and cultural stereotyping. This course covers the fundamentals of public speaking and teaches students how to present their ideas effectively and professionally. Will the notion of national borders and identities remain relevant in the foreseeable future or will it become a distant historical memory?

This course examines the history, economics, and policies of the media in Canada.