This program will challenge students to drop their media assumptions based primarily on the American model and to explore how media systems in the United Kingdom conceptualize their audience, sustain their operations, and offer content in an increasingly global communications environment. Participants will explore the role of media in interaction with other British cultural, political, and economic institutions. Excursion to Stonehenge and Bath is included.
Students will receive 3 credits in JEM 494 Contemporary British Media.
Students will stay in shared studio flats near Camden Market. Each flat
includes a private bathroom, kitchenette, TV, wireless internet, and
Mark Harmon Department of Journalism and Electronic Media (865) 974-5122 email@example.com