SOCI867 - MEDIA & SOCIAL MOVEMENTS

Examines the meanings and roles of media and communication in social movements; analyzes media reform activism; studies both historical movements and contemporary protests around the world (Arab Spring, Indignados, Occupy, etc); covers a broad range of theoretical perspectives, especially network and diffusion theories, political economy, narrative theory, and theories of performance. Students are required to submit a final research paper.
Section 401 - SEM
W 0330PM-0530PM
PICKARD, VICTOR
YANG, GUOBIN
GONZALEZ-BAILON, SANDRA
ANNENBERG SCHOOL 224