Lecture Slides

Lecture 1 (Sep 6) – Introduction

Lecture 2 (Sep8) – Media Society

Lecture 3 (Sep11) – Historical Perspective

Lecture 4 (Sep13) – Cultivation

Lecture 5 (Sep15) – Agenda Setting

Lecture 6 (Sep18) – Knowledge Gaps

Lecture 7 (Sep20) – Framing

Lecture 8 (Sep22) – Priming

Lecture 9 (Sep25) – Presumed Media Influence

Lecture 10 (Sep27) – Hostile Media Phenomenon

Lecture 11 (Sep29) – Spiral of Silence

Lecture 12 (Oct2) – Global Media Systems I

Lecture 13 (Oct4) – Global Media Systems II

Lecture 14 (Oct6) – Global Media Systems III

Lecture 15 (Oct 9): Global Media Systems (Singapore)

Lecture 15 (Oct 9): Journalism Systems

Lecture 16 (Oct11) – Journalism Functions

Lecture 17 (Oct13) – History of Journalism in the US

(Handout – History of Journalism in the US)

Lecture 18 (Oct16)- First Amendment

Lecture 19 (Oct23)- Norms and Practices of American Journalism

Lecture 20 (Oct25)- Truth, Facts, and Values

Lecture 21 (Oct27)- Fact-checking

Lecture 22 (Oct30)- Journalism & Politics

Lecture 23 (Nov 1) – Politics

Lecture 24 (Nov 3)- Fake News

Lecture 25 (Nov 6)- Social Networks

Lecture 26 (Nov 8)- Social Networks and News Distribution

Lecture 27 (Nov 10)- Transformation of News

Lecture 28 (Nov 13)- Principles of Persuasion

Lecture 29 (Nov 15) – Elaboration Likelihood Model

Lecture 30 (Nov 17) – Consumer Culture

Lecture 31 (Nov 20) – Soft Power & Public Diplomacy

Lecture 32 (Nov 27) – Institutions and Roles

Lecture 33 (Nov 29) – Understanding Audiences

Lecture 34 (Dec 1)- Understanding Audiences 2

Lecture 36 (Dec 6)- Crisis Communications

Lecture 37 (Dec 8)- Social Marketing

Lecture 38 (Dec 11)- Opportunities and Challenges