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III. REQUIRED TEXTS: All readings will be accessible through the course site. IV. ASSIGNMENTS GRADING
II. COURSE OBJECTIVES:
To provide advanced study of
films as products of cultural
, industrial and commercial agendas.
To understand how the methods and
theories of cultural studies
media and social theory
, are applied to the analysis of US film.
To explore the critical strategies that can be employed
to analyze the aesthetic
, cultural and industrial relationships between film and other media (radio,
, and digital media/internet).
To hone students’ skills in performing textual analysis in order to stimulate original and critical thought on film and culture.
To develop students’ facility for supporting and contextualizing
academic arguments with social
, cultural, historical and industrial research in film and culture.
III. REQUIRED TEXTS:
All readings will be accessible through the course site.
IV. ASSIGNMENTS & GRADING:
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