This course will give you an understanding of how messages flow across borders in a globalised world and how they relate to political, economic and cultural affairs.
You’ll explore the concept of ‘global media’ and whether mass media inspire or simply report events. You’ll look at the role of social media in communication and how global audiences understand and consume media products.
Core modules will give you the context and theoretical knowledge to consider these questions, and you’ll choose from optional modules to focus on the areas that suit your interests or career aspirations. The content of the course modules is informed by the research interests and practice of academic staff who teach them.
You could study war reporting, identity in the media, public relations and more, to gain the skills to thrive in a fast-paced and challenging sector.
Communication and International Affairs：交流和国际事务
Media, Culture and Globalisation：媒体、文化和全球化
Dissertation and Research Methods ：论文和研究方法