DIGITAL ADVOCACY: WITHIN/ WITHOUT BORDERS (CM5016)

This course analyzes the rhetorical-cultural aspects of global advocacy, such as how to fashion persuasion that speaks to multiple national, ethnic, religious and political audiences about issues of transnational importance and which have the same or similar persuasive goals. Case studies will be used to move back and forth between theory and practice, where studying the practice will inform the theory, and vice-versa. The course will answer important questions for global advocates.

Code: 
CM5016
Name: 
DIGITAL ADVOCACY: WITHIN/ WITHOUT BORDERS
Discipline: 
CM (Communications)
Type: 
Regular
Level: 
Graduate
Credits: 
4
Can be taken twice for credit?: 
No
Pre-requisites: 
College Level=Graduate OR College Level=Graduate - Continuing OR College Level=New Student - Grad AND Major=MA: Global Comm. (Development Communications) OR Major=MA: Global Comm. (Digital Cultures and Industries) OR Major=MA: Global Comm. (Fashion Track) OR Major=MA: Global Comm. (Visual & Material Culture Track) OR Major=MA: Global Communications
Co-requisites: 
None