Wilfrid Laurier University Undergraduate Academic Calendar - 2015/2016
Canadian Excellence

Political Economy of Communication and Culture
0.5 Credit

Examines the interplay of wealth, power, communication, and culture. Topics may include the commodification of culture, the globalization of media and cultural markets, the role of culture in economic development, the creative city, museums, cultural policy, media imperialism, intellectual property, media ownership, mobile communication, social media, and precarious employment in the media and cultural industries.

Additional Course Information
CS203, CS235.
3 lecture hours/week

Senate/Editorial Changes

Senate Revision February 4, 2015: CS350 Course description change; effective September 1, 2015.