AP/HUMA 4906 6.00
Propaganda and Culture
Investigates the employment of the created environment and other expressions of culture for propagandistic purposes, meant to advance privileged ideologies in politics, religion, and social interchange. Discusses examples chosen from different eras and communities, including modern and contemporary applications. Prerequisites: 78 credits and permission of the coordinator of Culture and Expression. Course credit exclusion: AP/CLTR 4850 3.00.