Crispin Thurlow Faber
A critical and practical introduction to contemporary theories/methods in discourse analysis: how verbal communication (together with visual communication) is used in conversational talk and mediatized texts to construct identities and relationships; and how power and ideology are reproduced through these everyday social interactions. Offered: jointly with COM 470.
Please see the class website for syllabus and a copy of the schedule. Note: Syllabus content and some course details are subject to change up until the first day of class. However, the final exam date will not change (see below).
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