CRITICAL THINKING UOIT

This course surveys and applies competing theories of popular culture in society through case studies of ads, films, TV shows, video games, comic books, music, celebrities and more. Communication and Digital Media Studies. These theories are applied to the analysis of various communication forms and genres, including media texts, photography, television, film, and music. Students are exposed to practical strategies for using communication to resolve conflict and build understanding at both the personal and global levels. 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 Public Relations This course examines the theory, strategies and ethics of public relations in society with reference to historical and current examples.

COMM U Introduction to Communication This course introduces the fundamental concepts of communication theory and practice and will provide an overview of the field as defined by the various communication courses included in this BA degree. It examines how different individuals, groups and organizations interact with different publics via social media to achieve their goals and highlights ethical issues surrounding the economics, politics and cultures of social media. COMM U Pop Culture This course surveys and applies competing theories of popular culture in society through case studies of ads, films, TV shows, video games, comic books, music, celebrities and more. The Capstone research project is geared for students who are not planning to immediately go on to graduate school and who are not enrolled in Honours Thesis II. COMM U Public Relations This course examines the theory, strategies and ethics of public relations in society with reference to historical and current examples. These questions are addressed through a survey of Canadian publishing, film, radio, television, games and digital media.

It examines how different individuals, groups and organizations interact with different publics via social media to achieve their goals and highlights ethical issues surrounding the economics, politics and cultures of social media. Theoretical principles will be applied to practice in a series of interactive and collaborative exercises. This course examines ethical issues uout they thinkibg in interpersonal communication, mass communication media TV, newspapers, Internet, etc. COMM U Pop Culture This course surveys and applies competing theories of popular culture in society through case studies of ads, films, TV shows, video games, comic books, music, celebrities and more.

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

The concept of rhetoric-as-persuasion is associated with the power of language to liberate, emancipate, control, and deceive the public.

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Files in This Item: 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 Persuasion formerly Persuasion, Argumentation and Negotiation The concept of rhetoric-as-persuasion is associated with the power of language to liberate, emancipate, control, and deceive the public. Transformative learning Critical thinking Cognitive presence Online learning Asynchronous online discussions Higher education Abstract: Follow us on Twitter.

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The course will cover topics such as: This course examines communication in an intercultural context, where it is affected by divergent value systems, differing levels of upit adaptation, and unequal power configurations.

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It examines some of the major perspectives in communication theory, including the main American and European schools of fritical, from the technological McLuhan prophesies to the symbolic and socio-political dimensions feminist and cultural studies. This course introduces students to the theoretical foundations of the field of visual rhetoric.

This course examines the history, economics, and policies of the media in Canada. It explores how the shift from analog to digital is changing the way we live, learn, work, shop, play, and vote and surveys debates about the present and future impacts of digital media technologies in society.

In this literature review, I sought to investigate instructional strategies that could be used to promote critical and reflective thinking in asynchronous online discussions to inform future research and practice. The role of new media in security, terrorism, foreign policy, and conflict resolution will be probed, with special consideration given to current issues and ongoing global events. Watch us on YouTube. It will start with basic writing and speaking skills and will emphasize their application in the preparation of reports and other technical writing.

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By the end of the course, students will have a critical understanding of how video games shape and are shaped by the cultures in which they exist.

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COMM U Introduction to Communication This course introduces the fundamental concepts of communication theory and practice and will provide an overview of the field as defined by the various communication courses included in this BA degree.

It will examine how knowledge of theoretical concepts, communication processes, and communication skills can be applied to successful and efficient communication practice. During the semester, we address several core questions in the field such as: 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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The literature review was qualitative and systematic, and it was focused specifically on summarizing uoir that were effective in fully-online higher education contexts. COMM U Communicating Diversity This course addresses practical and theoretical issues of race, ethnicity, and gender that upit become focal points for current debates in public cultural expression.

By focusing on timely, relevant and important issues in Communication studies, the students will gain an understanding of new areas of research. The course will include topics such as objectivity, freedom of expression, representations of sex, violence and other human behaviour, privacy, confidentiality and obligations to the public.

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Transformative learning and critical thinking in asynchronous online discussions: