Course Description

MIT 3376G-650 (Winter 2019)   Cyber-Life: Communicating in the Digital Age

Instructor: J. Martin

Course Description
An exploration of the importance of electronic communications and learning technologies to society, politics and culture. Topics include: theories relating communications to social organization; political economy of information and media; power, privacy, equity, access, gender, emergent cultures/ identity in cyberspace; changing knowledge and learning in an age of convergent communications.

Course Outline for MIT 3376G-650 (Winter 2019)
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Antirequisites: The former MIT 2371F/G.

3 lecture hours, 0.5 course.