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This course is a collection of lectures and workshops by professionals in the media who will discuss about current trends and changes taking place in the media world. The course is designed to heighten the students' appreciation of the shifts in modern media and their consequences.
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Changing media worlds„ŸIntroduction(Krakower)
Mediated sports and culture (Morita)
ABC news (Craft)
Newsweek (Sai)
Media and war coverageiMurakamij
Broadcast media (Hiyoshi)
Media and language (Koide)
Educational programming (Nakai)
Media and culture (Wilson)
Independent film industry (Imoto)
Corporate public relations Fukunaga)
Marketing and branding (Ueyama)

University of the Sacred Heart, Tokyo