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MIT 3225F-001 (Fall 2017)   Propaganda in Print and Visual Culture

Instructor: K. Faucher

Course Description
This course aims to ground students in the historical development in the methods of how propaganda and persuasion have been utilized in print and visual culture, spanning Greco-Roman art and rhetoric, contemporary use of diverse media, and how new techniques were developed alongside new forms of media technology (such as blogging).

Course Outline for MIT 3225F-001 (Fall 2017)
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Antirequisites: The former MIT 2377F/G.

3 lecture hours, 0.5 course.
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