PS 315 Internet & Media Politics

Technologies of the information superhighway, their political implications, and decentralizing effects; economic concentration in the media industries; politics and public policy toward the telecommunications industries; the 1996 Telecommunications Act; rate deregulation; and potential threats to privacy and freedom of speech and of the press.

Credits

3

Prerequisite

None

General Education

  • Study Area II

Offered

  • Spring
  • On Demand