People Innovation Excellence

MEDIA, WAR AND PEACE (4 Credits)

Learning outcomes:

By the end of this course, student shall understand the role of media in war and peace.

Topics:

  1. Access of decision makers to media sources to support the former decision;
  2. Media as agent of peace building;
  3. Media as contributor of peace and war at regional and global scales;
  4. Media’s role toward foreign policy;
  5. Negative effect of international media;
  6. Media as agent of change in international system;
  7. Exploitation of state by global media;
  8. Media and international diplomacy;
  9. War between media.

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