CM 460 Communicating Identities

Examines identities at the intersections of communication and race, class, gender, sexuality, ability, nationality, ethnicity, and religion, among others. Students will consider the ways we frame, engage with, and perform identities as well as the ways we ascribe and co-construct identities in relation to others. Students will study how identities and their intersections are represented in media, and the relationship between identities and language, power, and cultural ideologies. (Pending review by the Academic Affairs Committee.)


3 credits


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