Comm 427 Issues in International Communication

A study of historical and contemporary theories and practices in the conduct of trans-border communication. Topics may include international communication issues of law, diplomacy, conflict, the Cold War, international organizations, mass media, information, advertising and news flows, and social-economic development, as well as discussions of specific cases of cultural and institutional communication, spoken, written and produced, in various industrial and developing societies.



Slash Listed Courses

Also offered for graduate-level credit as Comm 527 and may be taken only once for credit.


upper-division standing. Expected preparation: core communication courses (Comm 300, Comm 311, Comm 316, Comm 326), and Comm 215 - Introduction to Intercultural Communication.