Communication, Media & Politics in a World at Risk

Shifting Ideas, Shifting Opinion, Shifting Policy
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Health Communication: Spring 2016 Syllabus and Readings

Health Communication: Spring 2016 Syllabus and Readings

Download PDF of Syllabus             In this course, you learn about the relevant scientific, social, and ethical dimensions of major public health debates and problems; the generalizable theories, frameworks, and methods that scholars use to analyze them; and the implications for effective public communication and personal decision-making. Assignments include facilitating class discussion, class presentations, short...
Health Communication: Third Short Analysis Paper

Health Communication: Third Short Analysis Paper

Choose 1 of the following 2 questions to answer.  Your 1,500 word paper should demonstrate active engagement with the readings and your arguments should be based on evidence and information from the assigned readings and class discussion.  All readings should be cited using APA style guidelines both in text and for the reference section. Your...
Health Communication: Second Short Analysis Paper

Health Communication: Second Short Analysis Paper

Choose 1 of the following 2 questions to answer.  Your 1,500 word paper should demonstrate active engagement with the readings and your arguments should be based on evidence and information from the assigned readings and class discussion.  All readings should be cited using APA style guidelines both in text and for the reference section.  Your...
Health Communication: First Short Analysis Papers

Health Communication: First Short Analysis Papers

Choose 1 of the following 2 questions to answer.  Your 1,500 word paper should demonstrate active engagement with the readings and your arguments should be based on evidence and information from the assigned readings and class discussion.  All readings should be cited using APA style guidelines both in text and for the reference section.  Your...