Media, Culture and Identity in the US-Mexico Border.
Three semester hours. (FL)
This course critically examines the relationship between mass media, culture, and society in the context of the Mexico and United States border. It looks at the impact of border culture on media, particularly focusing on the historical and political economic influences on media organizations. It will also study the impact of media on border society and media´s role in the reinforcement and transformation of a border cultural identity.
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