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CAMS 340.00 Television Studies Seminar 6 credits

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Weitz Center 132

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Synonym: 64238

Candace I Moore

This seminar aims to develop students into savvy critical theorists of television, knowledgeable about the field, and capable of challenging previous scholarship to invent new paradigms. The first half of the course surveys texts foundational to television studies while the second half focuses primarily on television theory and criticism produced over the last two decades. Television Studies covers a spectrum of approaches to thinking and writing critically about television, including: semiotics; ideological critique; cultural studies; genre and narrative theories; audience studies; production studies; and scholarship positioning post-network television within the contexts of media convergence and digital media. 

Prerequisite: Cinema and Media Studies 110 or instructor permission

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