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JOUR289E

Media Law and Ethics in the Digital Age

Credit only granted for: JOUR289E or JOUR281. Formerly: JOUR289E. Additional information: This course is intended for non-journalism majors. Explores the First Amendment, libel, privacy, FOIA and copyright as they have evolved in the digital news age of bloggers, tweeters and citizen journalists. The course will cover fundamental legal and ethical concepts as well as practical application. This course is intended for non-journalism majors. Explore the First Amendment, libel, privacy, FOIA and copyright as they have evolved in the digital news age of bloggers, tweeters and citizen journalists. The course will cover fundamental legal and ethical concepts as well as practical application.

Sister Courses: JOUR289F, JOUR289I, JOUR289J, JOUR289P

Fall 2020

4 reviews
Average rating: 4.00

Past Semesters

2 reviews
Average rating: 5.00

Average GPA: 3.48 between 902 students

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