COMM 5360 - Environmental Communication

Description
This course examines all the ways we continually communicate (verbally and nonverbally, visually, and through actions and practices) about the natural world or environment around us. Environmental communication interprets and defines all that is beyond human and thus shapes individual and societal values and choices. It influences where we see “nature” and our relationship with it. The course analyzes and critiques pop culture communication about the environment (advertising, food, entertainment, consumption, and leisure), environmental ideology and identity (with roots in childhood), and mediated forms of environmental communication (mass media, public relations and government).
Credits
3
Attributes
Sustainability - Complete
Recent Professors
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019, Spring 2019, Spring 2018
Offered
TuTh, W
Avg. Class Size
34
Avg. Sections
1