Global Communication introduces you to the many facets of globalisation. The course offers interdisciplinary perspectives on how peoples, cultures, organisations and nations connect via forms of mediated and non- mediated communication. You will engage with debates on the global public sphere, digital divide, cultural flow, diaspora, post-colonialism, cultural imperialism, multiculturalism and propaganda. You will deconstruct the strategic use of soft power and diplomacy in transnational relations and analyse the rise of virtual citizenship and sub -cultures in the online environment.
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- Sunshine Coast: Semester 2
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