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Television Criticism

Explores how and why we love television. We examine serialtelevision, active fandom, reality television, complextelevision, television regulations, cable television niches fromHBO to Lifetime, and televisual economics. Requirements include:independent research paper and in-class presentation thatexplores your interests as television viewers.

Section: IIFILM-362-01
Credits: 4
Faculty: Debra M White-Stanley
Days: M
Times: 6:00PM‑9:30PM (M)
Start/End Date: 08/24/20 - 12/05/20
Instruction Method: Online Course
Comments: Explores how and why we love television. We examine serialtelevision, active fandom, reality television, complextelevision, television regulations, cable television niches fromHBO to Lifetime, and televisual economics. Requirements include:independent research paper and in-class presentation thatexplores your interests as television viewers.

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