COMM 6400 - Cross-Cultural Design: Analysis and Application
What role does culture play in the design of images for communication? This course surveys perspectives from interdisciplinary discourse on what constitutes culture and its impact on meaning. Through readings on theory and criticism and analyses of media and research-generated data students learn what constitutes cultural difference and communicate that knowledge through a codex they write and design.
Prerequisites/Corequisites: Prerequisites: any graphics course.
When Offered: Fall term annually.
Cross Listed: Cross listed with COMM 4400. Students may not receive credit for both courses. Extra assignments are required in the graduate course.
Credit Hours: 4
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