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CCM 745 Digital Subjectivities 3.0 Credits

By asking about the mass media as an imaginative resource, this course will examine theoretical frameworks to understand types of self and subjectivity facilitated by new media. Through a survey of contemporary social thought on the subject of “the subject,” as well as recent work on virtual subjectivity, we will explore the very meaning of “being digital,” its cultural implications, its structural limitations, and its ontological consequences.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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