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Social Networking

Credit only granted for: INFM289I or INST155. Formerly: INFM289I. Introduces methods for analyzing and understanding how people use social media - social networking websites, blogging and microblogging, and other forms of online interaction and content generation - and their societal implications. Introduces students to the science and social science of network analysis. Through real world examples, including analysis of their own social networks, students develop skills for describing and understanding the patterns and usage of services like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and others.

Spring 2022

3 reviews
Average rating: 2.33

Fall 2021

9 reviews
Average rating: 3.78

Average GPA: 3.27 between 145 students

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