Why choose this course?
It's impossible to understand modern politics without examining the central role mass and social media play in political processes. Whether it's the recent elections in the UK, Donald Trump's use of Twitter, or political protests, environmental campaigns or even consumer boycotts, media is at the heart of communicating different political projects, visions, ideals and aspirations in an increasingly globalised world.
This media and global politics degree is different from others because it equips you with a mixed set of knowledge, analytical and practical skills. Media practice modules and practical assessments encourage you to engage with mediated politics critically, as consumers and also as producers of those communicative flows.
This course examines how contemporary media is shaping politics and how media is shaped by political interests. You'll critically examine media's moral responsibility to help envision our world as a more democratic, fairer and better place.
Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)
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